Capcon has announced its free-to-play iOS game Snoopy’s Street Fair has been downloaded over five million times. In celebration, Beeline Interactive, Capcom’s mobile games developer, will be handing out free special gifts every day for five days. While the game is a freemium title, it still charges real money for additional in-app content, much like Beeline’s other mobile hit, The Smurfs’ Village.
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Snoopy's Street Fair