Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) August 08, 2012
The problem: someone (or almost everyone) wants to watch the baseball game on TV, but someone (or almost everyone) else doesn’t. Or it’s just a slow game.
The solution: Turn on the game and your Baseball Snotzee app, and watch everyone get into it. Each viewer takes a five-minute turn, and scores points every time you see any baseball player spitting, adjusting his jock or launching a snot rocket.
Baseball Snotzee hits the app store this week for the second half of the 2012 MLB season. The free download for iPhone, iPad and iPod iTouch uses six scoring buttons of varying values to track each noteworthy action, with a 5-minute timer to count down the turn of each Snotzee gameplayer or team. Only one person needs to the app the keep score for up to four players or teams. A different sound effect for each score lets everyone know what the scorekeeper is doing.
“Would it be too much to ask that millionaires in their workplace not spit every five seconds?” asks Minneapolis Star Tribune sportswriter Jim Souhan in a June 1 article.
Probably. So you might as well make the most of it.
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