SideBlocks Investors Needed / Free Pre Sign - Ups

by Vance Manchester | 2021-06-21

We need the help of investors in the amount of $35,000 to complete a math game app project called SideBlocks. The funds will be for backend software app development, final app publishing and ongoing capital needs. Our business is Please go to our landing page at to learn more about our project. Pre Sign - Ups are free. Also please contact us at with any questions.

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