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How creative can you get whipping up borderline believable stories about yourself? That’s the object of the TattleTalz webapp for the iPhone. Play two truths and a lie with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, and an iPhone website, To play tap on the phrase next to a person’s photo that you think is a lie.

To participate you can add your own two truths and a lie to fool your friends, after you login to TattleTalz. Post two truths with the tag #Truth on Twitter and everyone plays your cards. You win by tapping on a friend’s lie for 1 point, and a tap by others on your truth earns you 1 point.

Created by: Nicole Lazzaro, Greg Schwartz, Estelle Weyl, Grace Chen,Vince Lee, #ramday Try with TestiPhone

AppSafari review of TattleTalz was written by on October 8th, 2008 and categorized under Featured, Fun, Games, Social. Page viewed 4183 times, 1 so far today. Need help on using these apps? Please read the Help Page.
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