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Awesome baby names emulator

Awesome baby names emulator

Name: Awesome baby names emulator

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The Game Boy Advance emulator is activated through the $ app, dubbed “ Awesome Baby Names”, with a series of secret button presses. At first glance, there's nothing suspicious about Awesome Baby Names, the innocently named $2 app for your iPhone which, as the name. Page iPhone Awesome Baby Names (with hidden GBA emulator) iPhone and iPad Games. A newly released app called Awesome Baby Names, turned out to be more The app appears to be a game boy advance emulator incognito. An iPhone app called Awesome Baby Names has a secret Game Boy Advance emulator built into it, as 9to5Mac has discovered. The emulator.

There is a Game Boy Advance emulator hidden inside the latest version of the $ Awesome Baby Names app. It can be activated by. Awesome Baby Names isn't the first app to sneak into Apple's store for a short time. In , Apple yanked a Commodor 64 emulator, and. The emulator, which was disguised as a baby name generator application called “Awesome Baby Names,” made it possible to play Game Boy. 19 Mar - 55 sec - Uploaded by cokepokess Awesome Baby Names slipped into the Appstore, grab it while you still can. The Game Boy Advance emulator is activated through the $ app, dubbed “ Awesome Baby Names”, with a series of secret button presses.

Hey guys, i just found this: kwedbudcacy.tk /id?mt=8 This has a hidden GBA emulator in the. Update: Aaaaaaaand just like that, Awesome Baby Names joins the many other similar trojan horse apps that have been released. At first glance, there's nothing suspicious about Awesome Baby Names, the innocently named $2 app for your iPhone which, as the name. A newly released app called Awesome Baby Names, turned out to be more The app appears to be a game boy advance emulator incognito. Awesome Baby Names isn't the first app to sneak into Apple's store for a short time. In , Apple yanked a Commodor 64 emulator, and.

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