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Game Description: The animal kingdom comes alive in this furry game for Microsoft Kinect.
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  • Kinectimals Comedy Video Takes A Ferocious Turn -- Cinnamon, Nooo!

    From the creators of Red vs. Blue comes one of the funniest Kinectimals videos we've seen yet. Actually, we haven't seen that many funny Kinectimals videos, so get on that, people! This video in particular takes us on a journey with Joel as he teaches his friend Jack all about Kinectimals and some of their "playful" yet ferocious...

    Posted December 2, 2011

    Kinectimals Comedy Video Takes A Ferocious Turn -- Cinnamon, Nooo!
  • Microsoft Prices Kinect, New Bundle And 4GB 360 Announced

    Microsoft today announced that its motion-controlled Kinect will retail for $149.99, and will include a copy of Kinect Adventures. Microsoft also revealed release and pricing details for a new 4GB Xbox 360 SKU, as well as a Kinect console bundle. Read More?

    Posted July 20, 2010

    Microsoft Prices Kinect, New Bundle And 4GB 360 Announced
  • Dubstep All The Games

    Posted: December 27, 2011

    31,903 Views | 01:22

  • Kinectimals Video Review

    Posted: December 1, 2010

    8,708 Views | 02:13

  • Holiday Buyers Guide - Top Games on Xbox 360

    Posted: November 23, 2010

    30,659 Views | 02:50

  • How To Play Kinectimals Using Kinect

    Posted: November 9, 2010

    4,844 Views | 05:21

  • Talkabouts: Xbox Kinect

    Posted: November 5, 2010

    23,382 Views | 10:59


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