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Fatty In Trouble 2 : Bull Ride

Fatty after successfully coming out of food land now finds himself in another trouble. This time, he is having trouble with bull.    Fatty wants to learn bull riding. So, he goes to farm land. He sits on the bull but…

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  • Enigma 2

    Rating: 2.88/5 (16 votes)

    Enigma 2 provides secured storage for your sensitive data like bank accounts, credit card PIN codes or passwords. All data is encrypted with military grade algorithm - AES 256bit.Enigma 2 contains some additional features which can made your life…

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  • Safe Respond

    Rating: 2.78/5 (23 votes)

    Safe Response allows you to text while driving!Safe Response automatically replies with a personalized message to any SMS messages received while Safe Response is active. Perfect for driving, the movies, meetings, or any other time you don't want…

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    [Health]
  • Call Blocker

    Rating: 2.17/5 (6 votes)

    The latest Call Blocker with Premium features will be a good call filter just for you. Block unwanted calls now and protect your privacy. Now with better developed features, you will no longer need to worry about privacy leak. Protect your private…

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