The mobile rebirth of the Magic 8-Ball fortune telling toy.
MagicBall Widget Review
by on March 17, 2010
Another simple but fun app, MagicBall replicates the popular joke Magic 8-Ball fortune telling toy manufactured by Mattel since 1946.
This version works very similarly, but instead you simply touch the ball to view the result of your question.
Did you know it takes an average of 72 questions for all 20 of the real Magic 8-Ball’s answers to appear at least once.
The answers in the app differ from those used in the real toy, while you also get a smiley or sad face where appropriate.
MagicBall Widget isn’t exactly useful, but fun for a minute or so.
But this app: Download the MagicBall Widget app now
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