Halloween: Pumpkins War
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As the halloween coming , the Devil or soul of the death start to come out the hell
or thery grave, and prepare to attack your village ,and steal your candy.
So in order to protect your village and your candy ,As the Hero you have to fight for
this,so use the pumpkins / slingshot as weapon(like angry birds or bad piggies kinds of shooting games)
,shooting the devils and brings your village back to the good old days.
*****How To Play****************
--Slide your finger on the screen to launch the pumpkins to shoot!
--Arm at the ghost who are trying to steal your candy on the old tree carve.
--Collectting the flying candys can keep the forest bright and brings your more candy.
Don't hesitate! Join in the task of protecting the village and kick the hell ghost away!
At the end of October people have been celebrating different holidays and festivals for thousands of years.
The Celts celebrated Samhain (pronounced "sow-in", with "sow" rhyming with cow) which signalized the close
of harvest and the initiation of the winter season. They believed that every year on the last day of October
the souls of the dead visited earth.Around the eighth century, the Christian church made November 1 All
Saints' Day to honor all of the saints that didn't have a special day of their own. Over the years these
festivals combined to become Allhallowmas (the mass of all Hallows - saintly people). The night before was
known as All Hallows Eve, which later became Halloween.
Halloween wasn't always a happy and joyous time in America. Some used to call it Devil's or Hell night because
of all the mischief that was caused. Today Halloween has become a family event where children dress up in
costumes and go trick or treating door to door for candy.
In Mexico they celebrate El Dia de los Muertos (The Day of the Dead) which is considered by many to be the
most important holiday of the year. Like Halloween, El Dia de los Muertos is celebrated on October 31.
Halloween (or Hallowe'en) is an annual holiday observed on October 31, which commonly includes
activities such as trick-or-treating, attending costume parties, carving jack-o'-lanterns, bonfires,
apple bobbing, visiting haunted attractions, playing pranks, telling scary stories, and watching horror films.