Israel’s Independence Day Promotion

Celebrate Israel’s Independence Day with a free Miners Rescue game developed in Israel (Free for One Day Only). The game is available only on the Israeli App Store.
Miners Rescue: The Tribute for iPhone and iPod touch is an educational game inspired by the rescue of the Chilean miners of the San Jose’ Mine in Chile.
The game enables choosing the Accelerometer interface with vibration (on iPhone) for an authentic digging experience and variable digging speeds. The game can be played wirelessly on your HDTV or computer screen with AirPlay Mirroring (on iPhone 4S).
Signup to be the first to know about the game’s release in your App Store by sending an e-mail to
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