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Critter Control announces a Critter came app is now available for downloading.

| January 12, 2012

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — Critter Control has just made available a new and fun Critter game app that allows players to squish bad bugs and preserve good bugs. Beta testing has shown the game app to receive a ‘Super Fun’ rating.

Let the FUN begin. Squishy, messy, exciting and fast paced, the game during beta testing appealed to youngsters, hip teenagers, soccer moms (and dads) and even seniors. The game is fun for everyone.
Two version are available for download at iTunes, "Critter Getter"  for $0.99 USD and "Critter Getter Lite" which is free.
 
To download go to http://ax.itunes.apple.com/app/id492185932?mt=8
 

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