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A.D.D. finally approved for App Store

Controversial game costs £1.79.

iPhone game A.D.D. - Addictive Dumb Distractions has been released in the App Store.

It's taken a while to get there, having been subject to numerous resubmissions and amendments. But now finally, as the App Store blurb reads, "WOW! We've been Approved!"

A.D.D. features more than 70 mini-games "jam-packed with humour, culture, controversy and personality". Screenshots suggest games involving underwear, sharks and anagrams of the letters "SYEX".

The game is priced at £1.79.

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