Today we’re having the pleasure to interview Pablo Penny, ASO Manager at Phiture. Learn more about his various app marketing challenges and achievements. Discover his tips to build a successful keyword optimization strategy and increase visibility. 1. Tell us a bit about yourself and your company? I am a consultant at Phiture which is a mobile growth consultancy based in Berlin. We help apps grow their user-base through activities related to acquisition, engagement & retention …
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Roller Coaster Simulator
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Games - Simulation||3.4||August 12, 2017||4.17|
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Version 6.5 released on April 20, 2017
Version 6.4 released on December 30, 2016
- 54 new levels added to make it a staggering total of 84 roller coaster levels!
- Minor Bug Fixes
- Roller coaster Controls calibration improved!
Version 6.3 released on August 03, 2017
Version 6.2 released on October 21, 2016
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Feel and live through the excitement of riding on a roller coaster only on Roller Coaster Simulator 3D. Control the speed of the rides and be careful to slow down while making sharp turns and at intersections! Chase the adrenaline rush as you drop from the skies and make loops and whizz through at lightning speeds. This roller coaster ride is sure to drive oyu crazy and fill you with the ultimate thrill! Enter this realistic simulation to experience the roller coaster madness in your fingertips!
Game Controls :
Left Button for making turns (Left and Right)
Right Button for speed control(Top for acceleration, Down to brake)
If you face any problems while installation or while playing this game, please report to us.
We will resolve it at the earliest.
Roller Coaster Simulator Ranking History | Games - Simulation
Roller Coaster Simulator daily app ranking in Games - Simulation category for the last 30 days.
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