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Irwindale, Calif. — PureGear has injected some retro analog gaming action into the Galaxy S4 smartphone case market.
The Retro Game case line includes three varieties of cases with analog steel-ball games built in to the back: two maze varieties and a pinball model.
Groovy features a concentric maze in shades of blue and green; Amazing has a traditional labyrinth-style maze in hues of turquoise and red, and Undecided combines pinball-style tilt action with Magic 8 Ball-like "yes" or "no" answer slots.
The Retro Game cases retail for $29.99 and are also available for the iPhone 5.
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