Living Classics, as the game is called, involves reuniting a family of foxes in scenes from classic stories. It's hard to say whether the animated scenes are going to attract masses of players in the coming weeks, but the game, which is free to play, has clearly been given a lot of thought by Amazon's new games team. And all the elements of popular social games are there, including rewards, the ability to share game elements with other palyers, and the sense that you're building something.
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