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The Co-Creation Hub, a startup incubator in Lagos, has just released a new game on the Android platform; Street Tinz.

Street Tinz is a role-playing game that stimulates starting up a small scale business. The player is given a #50,000 startup capital and by taking smart business decisions, he is expected to make a good profit. There are pitfalls however, the lure of fast money, occasional requests from your in-app mother, friends and occasional break-ins.

You’re sure to never miss a step if you take advice from “Mr Sogbondowo”. Staying alive requires that you keep up a decent energy level (Ginger meter).
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The games draws context extensively from the Nigerian social scene. Recent events such as the Ebola outbreak are also featured.

Street Tinz is available on the Google’s apps Store.

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