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Tanim Bala has reached the Google Play Store




While the tanim-bala issue is still plaguing our major international airport in Manila, here’s a light and entertaining take about it.

tanim-bala

Developed by Kulit Games, the Tanim Bala (Bullet Planter) mobile game for Android lets you control a possible victim of the ‘administrators’ and help him avoid the bullets falling on his luggage. The game is fairly simple and quick to play.

You can try the game for yourself and it’s free! Just head over to the Google Play Store here.

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This article was contributed by Daniel Morial, a film school graduate and technology enthusiast. He's the geeky encyclopedia and salesman among his friends for anything tech.

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9 Responses

  1. deuts says:

    Bakit madaming typo? Cguro sa mobile na-compose ito? :D

  2. jesslopezph says:

    The whole issue is being blown OUT OF PROPORTION. Majority of those caught with bullets are actually admitting owning and carrying the bullets (usually as “anting-anting”). And some of those caught are blaming the scam to acquit themselves of their wrongdoing.

    • Bam Trak says:

      JESSLOPEZPH

      Di ba Ikaw yung taga-tanim ng bala ng sa airport?

    • Dutduttiti says:

      News update is just a click away. It’s all over the new media, how can you missed it? Bam trak must then be right about you. Here’s a link just for you jezzlopezph.

      http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/737013/naia-syndicate-confirmed

    • hardfacts says:

      “Majority of those caught with bullets are actually admitting owning and carrying the bullets (usually as “anting-anting”).”

      Please show me numbers to show that a majority of those caught admitted to owning and carrying the bullets as anting anting. Without the numbers, you are just another person with an opinion.

    • jesslopezph says:

      Laglag-bala’ cases blown out of proportion

      He noted that an average of 1,500 cases of ammunition-related incidents in airports have been recorded annually.

      Abaya cited the figures of an ammunition interception report:

      2015 – 1,394 cases
      2014 – 1,813 cases
      2013 – 2,184 cases
      2012 – 1,214 cases

      Office for Transportation Undersecretary Administrator Rolando Recomono added that bullets being found in passengers’ luggage is not uncommon.

      Recomono said that a number of Filipinos have been caught carrying ammunition, using it as amulets or “anting-anting.”

      http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2015/11/04/1518298/abaya-laglag-bala-cases-blown-out-proportion

  3. batangtutong says:

    Kataba naman ng utak ang gumawa ng app na iyan

  4. BIKTIMA KAMI LAHAT NG SUN CELLULAR says:

    SA
    PLDT / SMART / SUN :
    “LAGLAG SIGNAL” AT
    “TANIM SAMA NG LOOB”
    PARA SA MGA SUBSCRIBERS !!!

    HIYANG-HIYA NAMAN KAMI SA INYO !!!

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