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Connect all the pairs. Funny and stimulating game. With or without timer.   - 9 different levels  - 2 themes: Abstract or Sport  - 3 grid sizes   How to play?   - Remove 2 cards…

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    Better late than never, an officially licensed Pictionary game is out on the Play Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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