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Charity Through Iphone: Kevin Ng's Kick Flick 2010 Donates Profit To Street Child Africa

Charity Through Iphone: Kevin Ng's Kick Flick 2010 Donates Profit To Street Child Africa

Posted by guruje
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Edinburgh, United Kingdom - Nice work!!! "Kick Flick 2010” by Kevin Ng Games announced that profits they earn from their new game on iPhone will be donated to the "Street Child Africa”, during the launch period before 26th June 2010. "Kick Flick 2010 by Kevin Ng” was released on the 22nd june 2010 and it is available in the App Store Worldwide for all the iDevices.

Street Child Africa gets Corporate Support from big names like Barclaycard, Olympus, S|three and Virgin Atlantic. The organization supports 10 African organizations who are working directly with children living on the streets of Africa. This is good for the underprivileged kids of Africa who are left behind the rest of the world, and organizations like Kevin NG are playing their part in helping the humanity survive.

Kevin Ng, Creator of Kick Flick 2010 says, "The World Cup generates a huge amount of revenue for the companies involved, whether directly or indirectly. However, the people who are most in need will see little of this money. It is therefore important that we give back in whatever way we can.”

Kick Flick 2010 on iPhone gives you an unforgettable experience, players take free kicks, and they shot to swerve the ball around the defense corner right into the goal, an art perfected by well-known Legends, Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo. With the Online leader board user can compare each other's ranking and scores worldwide.

I believe Kevin Ng devised an interesting way to donate and help the children of Africa. We spend a lot on stupid things; let's spend on something that's worth it. If you still don't feel like buying the game, what you can do is, join its Facebook page and spread it all over your network. Tell your mates to do the same; it's simple Just spread the word. The Facebook page has all the details about how to donate directly and lists different other ways to help the street children of Africa.

Game Requirements:

- It requires iOS 2.2.1 or later

- Requires 7.0 MB

- Will work on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

How much does it cost for charity?

Kick Flick 2010 by Kevin Ng Games, costs only around $0.99, and anyone who spends a lot on other applications that they don't even learn in ages can spend $0.99 USD for these little children. The application is available in the App Store in the games category.

www.itsaboutiphone.co.uk

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