Pebol Beach may be worth selling used phones for
14 December 2010 — 3:57 PM
Mobile consumers may deem it worth selling their used phones in order to switch to a Nokia device and take advantage of one of the firm's latest games.
Ian, author of the Nokia Conversations blog, says Pebol Beach is a family-friendly title that is based on beach soccer.
Players must deliver the ball to another man on the other side of a series of sand dunes, with a changeable wind making this a difficult task.
The writer notes there is no single correct way to do this, so users will have to put in the practice if they wish to become masters.
Ian explains Pebol Beach can be attempted on either a one or two-player mode, adding: "We'd suggest that this one would be a good game to play with kids on a rainy afternoon."
Customers may wish to invest in either the Nokia N8 or C7, which are two of the Finnish brand's most recent releases.
Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "With Christmas around the corner, you might be thinking about treating yourself to a new mobile phone. You could trade-in your old phone and even make some cash!"
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