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| November 23, 2013
Quit Your Jibba Jabba: Smash Bandits Hires The A-Team In Latest Update
If you have a problem in Smash Bandits for iOS, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire the A-Team. Because thanks to a recent update, the popular crash-and-smash game for Apple's mobile OS now stars none other than Hannibal and the gang. That's right: Quit your "jibba jabba" and listen up! Smash Bandits, the free application that first launched back in August, allows iDevice owners to take control of the famous A-Team van in its most recent update, and the official A-Team theme song will also accompany gamers as they race and crash through the streets of Smash City. There are exclusive challenges to take advantage of, too, and a powerful, mysterious new gadget known as the "Jibba Jabba." [caption id="attachment_489277" align="aligncenter" width="320"] Smash Bandits.[/caption] Changes made in the latest version of Smash Bandits, then, include:
But that's not all. The updated application also adds a new car, a super fast stock car called "Thunderbolt," a new "Oil Slick" gadget, and a number of performance enhancements and improvements. We love it when a plan comes together! It should be noted, however, that the A-Team van requires an in-app purchase in order for users to access the vehicle. This will set iDevice users back $2.99. Smash Bandits can be downloaded in the App Store free of charge, and is optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. [gallery] Check out the updated application now, and more for of our recent news, see: Apple Retail Stores In The United States And Canada To Open Early For Black Friday, Shipping Estimates For 16GB, 32GB Wi-Fi Retina iPad mini Now Also 5-10 Days, and PowerPoint Alternative Haiku Deck Now Features Web Syncing For Presentations.
- The world famous A-Team van as a playable vehicle
- The official theme song
- Special agency and armored military vehicles
- Exclusive challenges
- A powerful gadget we call the “Jibba Jabba”