If you’re looking for something to do this Black Friday, let me turn your attention to Nun Attack. With gameplay similar to Braveheart (a game that made it onto my top 20 list of 2011) Nun Attack first launched a few weeks back in the Google Play Store for a single, solitary $1. This was an absolute steal as the game was garnering plenty of 5 star ratings from Android users everywhere. Not sure if it has something to do with Black Friday or what, but Nun Attack has dropped it’s price in the Play Store to absolutely FREE. I wouldn’t waste any time in picking up this one, folks. Thank me later.
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