Kyocera would like to say thank you to the 13 year old boy in NJ who accidentally bought a Kyocera Echo after mistaking it for a limited edition Nintendo DS by giving away 12 free games during Kyocera’s “Summer of Free Apps.” All joking aside, the world’s first dual-touchscreen Android phone has seen some growth in application development and now they want to show off the unique gaming experience that comes with owning a Kyocera Echo. In an attempt to market an already confusing product, Kyocera will be giving away a dual-screen-optimized version of SEGA’s classic “Sonic the Hedgehog,” (a first for Android) along with these other 11 titles:
- “Burn the Rope”
- “Crazy Dunker”
- “Induced Current”
- “Space Wander Landing”
- “Sudoku Master”
- “Super Monkey Ball”
These free apps which normally cost anywhere between $.99 and $4.99 are available for free for the first 10,000 combined downloads and can be found by going to the “Top Apps” shortcut on your Echo or “Top Apps” section at http://www.echobykyocera.com. Hurry this promo won’t last long.
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Source: Business Wire