07/05/2015
With all in- app purchases going to charity.

Words by

Lana Peggie

Aussie singer and songwriter Sia has moved into the app world. Talk about triple threat. 

Presenting us with the latest take on the Candy Crush Saga - Bob Job is a free, mobile game available for both Apple and Android devices. Replacing crystal candies with bobs, dogs and unicorns, the aim of the game is to get three of the same in a row before time runs out - all while recent hits from Sia’s album “1000 Forms of Fear” boom in the background. 

Among the hectic matching, all in app purchases go towards Best Friends Animal Society, an animal welfare organisation. Just too sweet Sia.

We’re a little worried - the Candy Crush Saga addiction was bad enough… 

Foreseeable future: countless hours spent on Bob Job. Here we go again.  

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