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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Games - Casual||1.50||December 26, 2013||3.88|
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Version 1.50 released on December 26, 2013
Fixed background render issue that effected android 4.2 and higher devices
Added background music popcorn popping with consent of copyright holder
added screen tablet shots for publication
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Fun kid and toddler game inspired by the popular LDS children's song "Popcorn Popping" by Georgia W. Bello
Hours of fun popping blossoms on a Spring tree. Blossoms quickly regrow to keep your little ones entertained.
Completely Free! No Ads! No in-app products to purchase! Perfect toddler game.
Now includes popular children song:
“Popcorn Popping” by Bello and Cooney
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