'Bubble Ball' Is Apple's Top Free App

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Those Angry Birds have been pushed off their perch by a 14-year-old boy. The video game Angry Birds was created by a team of professional designers. Robert Nay, in his Utah bedroom, managed to come up with a game that's even more addictive: Bubble Ball.

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Those Angry Birds have been pushed off their perch by a 14-year-old boy. The video game�Angry Birds�was created by a team of professional designers. Robert Nay, in his Utah bedroom, managed to come up with a game that's even more addictive. His Bubble Ball is a puzzle game where you get a blue ball around some obstacles to the other side of the screen. It's now been downloaded two million times, making it Apple's top free app.

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