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Are you ready for a guessing game like none other?!The ONE AND ONLY Guess The Emoji will entertain you for hours! Our kid and family friendly game tests your logic and reasoning skills to solve simple (and sometimes hard!) Emoji puzzles!what is it that these emoticons are describing?! Can you guess them all? You'll be presented with a screen displaying some emojis - HINTS Are you stuck on a hard Emoji Question?? Do not fear, hints are here to save the day! Expose A Letter - Using this hint will reveal a random letter in the puzzle. Use this hint when you need an extra nudge to guess the icon on a hard question! {Requires Android 2.3 and up} Supported Android Version:- Gingerbread (2.3–2.3.7) . Honeycomb (3.0–3.2.6) . Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0–4.0.4) . Jelly Bean (4.1–4.3.1) . KitKat (4.4–4.4.4) . Lollipop (5.0–5.0.2) or UP

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