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Big Boi and Phantogram master seven deadly sins in 'Supergrams' game

Billy Steele
09.25.15
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What's the best way to promote your newly released album? Well, if you're Big Grams, the group comprised of Outkast's Big Boi and Phantogram, you make an browser-based video game. In Supergrams, you can play as an 8-bit member of the group to leverage the seven deadly sins by nabbing coins and power-ups while avoiding various pitfalls along the way. For example, the sloth power-up will slow you down so you can tackle obstacles with ease. As you might expect, you can listen to the trio's EP while you're playing, so give it a shot via the source link below.

Via: Pitchfork
Source: Supergrams
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