iCocktail Drinks -! newest simulator app for android platform, available for download, you can prepare any cocktail to drink (but do not get drunk!) with friends. Drink you can at any time and anywhere - on the bus and at work, at a party, and in the store - but just anywhere. With the app iCocktail Drinks! you will be able to prepare a cocktail of his own recipe, add lemon and ice drink through a straw.
A good simulator, but unfortunately, the drink flows out of your device.
|The size:||7.17 MB|
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|Application Type:||Free of charge|