South Park Avatar Creator Meets Android

Are you one of the millions of South Park fans in the world? If so, you might want to check out this new application from South Park Studios which allows you to design and create your own South Park character. This application works just like Androidify, which allows you to make your own Android avatar. This South Park avatar creator has been on the iOS platform for some time now, but with a recent update and UI overhaul, this application is now on the Android operating system as well.

The app has also added support for deeper Facebook integration and a way to print your avatar on shirts and other products via Zazzle.com. All these updates are being made in time for the 15th season premiere of South Park on Wednesday, April 27th. So, if you enjoy South Park and would like your own South Park avatar, go pick this application up for $0.99 below.

**Please note that you will need Adobe AIR to run this application. Only device running Android 2.2 (Froyo) or higher can run Adobe AIR applications.

[app]air.SouthParkAvatar[/app]

Source: Press Release

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1 Comment

  1. Longhairbilly
    April 27, 12:39 Reply

    Sound sweet, but I’m not paying anything for this kind of app.

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