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Melbournites get to play with devices and apps in Androidland
The 154 square metre temporary store in Melbourne includes Android technology and apps.
Try your luck with a mechanical claw skill tester.
Two `Andogs' which also make handy seats.
Australia gets a fly over on Google Earth.
Close up of the Android operating system.
The `Play Zone' where customers can sit down to test handsets and apps.
The Android clown machines where customers can win prizes.
Consumers can also play popular smartphone game, Angry Birds, on one of the store's touchscreens.
Androidland opens for business in Bourke Street, Melbourne.
Staff try out the Google Earth app which is projected onto a giant screen.
Android gift boxes all ready for Christmas.
Androidland was built in collaboration with handset makers Samsung, HTC, Sony Ericsson, Motorola and LG.