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Game Turn Countdown Timer

For any game that uses a timer to limit a players turn. This fun and easy to use timer manages 2 players, teams or groups. The app has 15 different character avatars, choose any 2 different characters for players or teams 1 and 2. Setup a custom countdown…

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  • Turn It!

    Rating: 2.25/5 (4 votes)

    Turn it to put your mobile in silence and/or to stop data transfer!  This application uses the accelerometer to determine the rotation of your mobile and then do the actions: put the cell phone and/or stop the data…

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