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Anti-Factory Farm iPhone Game Gains Popularity

Run Cow Run, a light-hearted take on the serious subject of factory farming, has more than one million downloads.

The fight against factory farming has gone digital in Run Cow Run, a smartphone game “the meat industry doesn’t want you to know about” created by the company Bengigi. In Run Cow Run, the user plays as a little cow tries to free her animal friends while collecting coins and getting chased by a villainous farmer. The game has received positive reviews on websites such as androidtapp.com, unigamesity.com, as well as best10apps.com, which called Run Cow Run, “easily addictive and suitable for all age players.” According to Bengigi’s Facebook page, RCR, which is available for Android phones and Apple products, currently has more than 1 million downloads.

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