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PreCentral: App Giveaway: 100 copies of Casino Craps HD

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Casino Craps HD

If there's one thing Vegas is known for (besides mistakes we never speak of again and CES… one and the same), it's gambling. Poker, blackjack, rows and rows and rows of slot machines. And the Vegas classic: craps. Technically it's and old English game with French influence, but these days it's a hallmark of Vegas. And today you can play it on your TouchPad, thanks to Casino Craps HD by 8-Bit Development. This game provides learning opportunities for the the craps newbie while providing a way for the pro to play while out on the go (or lounging on the couch) - all without putting real money on the line. Well, you'd have to put down $0.99 to purchase the app, though we just so happen to have 100 copies to give away!

Contest: We have 100 copies of Casino Craps HD to give away. Just leave a comment on this post to enter. Contest ends next Sunday at midnight US Eastern Time, after which time we will select 100 random entrants to win. Please only leave one comment, multiple entries won’t count. Promo codes are only valid in countries serviced by the App Catalog, and users must be running webOS 3.x or higher with the latest version of the App Catalog.

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