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Capcom's Beeline Bringing Freemium Title Snoopy's Street Fair To the iPhone This November

By , on September 12, 2011

Snoopy's Street Fair is the latest attempt at a freemium money-maker from Capcom's mobile arm Beeline, and it's set to hit the App Store this November.

Featuring theme music from the original cartoons and the official voice actors, Beeline's follow-up to the insanely successful Smurfs' Village sees you running a small street fair and generating enough wonga to buy the Peanuts gang some fancy new Baseball uniforms.

Through the course of play, you will be able to construct an array of stalls, such as Sally's Lemonade Stand and Lucy's Psychiatrist Service, and unlock a series of classic Peanuts comic strips. 

Various costumes for Snoopy will unlock a selection of mini-games and will also allow him to complete various tasks.

You can even invite your friends along to play, message them, send them gifts, and take a short break by visiting their fair.

You can pick up Snoopy's Street Fair from November for free, but you'll have to raid your wallet should any of its in-app purchases tickle your fancy.


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