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Arrow Fest hits the bullseye for boring repetition (App Review)

Arrow Fest hits the bullseye for boring repetition (App Review)

Arrow Fest hits the bullseye for boring repetition (App Review)

You’ve seen the game advertised inside of other apps – sling your arrow down a path, attempting to collect as many as you can for the end of the level. Does Arrow Fest use quick math and reflexes in a fun and enjoyable way or might it become repetitive too quickly? Find out what Scott thinks of the free-to-play game for Android.

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