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Chu Chu Rocket! blasts off to Android


9:30 PM on 11.23.2011
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Mouse Mania! Chu Chu Rocket! was one of my favorite Dreamcast games, and then later became one of my favorite Game Boy Advance games. Now I play it on my iPhone when I have downtime. Although I'll never need another version ever again, I'm glad to see that Sega's cat-and-mouse puzzler moves to another popular platform: Android.

It's now up on the Android marketplace for only $0.99. Sega says that a free version is also coming early next year.

ChuChu doesn't stop there. Sega says that this title is also slated to appear on "a number of additional new mobile platforms" in the coming months. What else is there? Windows phone?






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