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[GAME][First release]Fearless British Mayor

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It’s a casual endless game into many innovative and fun. Properties, HighScores, Aachievements, Challenge……waiting for your conquering.

With the background of the Industrial Revolution, the game draws a picture of the British mayor of Raiden, John, who pushed on with a great development of industry for money, destroyed the environment seriously.

In the game, treadles which stand for all kinds of industrial production facility keep going up. Players must control John to go left and right, get properties, avoid inhaling gas or dropping into the ditch, and make more money.

* Varying all the time, while the game going on.
* Fluent execution, excellent operational feeling, intense visual impact.
* Creative mechanism of scores, give a chance to show your swift operation and challenge the all players in the world.
* Many kinds of properties bring a bran-new experience.
* 15 kinds of achievements wait for your conquering

Look for "Fearless British Mayor" in the Android Market, or use the QR codes:

The download apk URL:http://www.digimobistudio.com/dl/Man100_en_v1.2_CodeRanchs.apk
Thankes for your attention.Please look forward to new game by DMS.
Fearless British Mayor -- DMS(DigiMobiStudio)
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