Thanks to its wonderfully convenient camera, most iPhones are home to dozens if not hundreds of random photos, depicting everything from smiling friends' faces to particularly interesting bits of plastic, all fuel for Chillingo's twisted new photo game Play Kalei. [Kotaku]
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