New game: Lovely Pony Bella

We have a new game for all pony lovers.In this game you’ll take care of pony Bella. She’s just a young little pony. She wants to be the star in the circus but that’s not always easy for a young animal. Will you make her happy ? You can dress her up and give her a make up. You can wash and brush her hair and make it shiny. Then this little pony will be ready for the big circus show. The people will come to watch Bella in the circus and they’ll surely think you’ve done a great job!

Play Lovely Pony Bella now on Titter.


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TAGS: HORSE RIDING GAMES, PONY GAMES

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