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Rovio's Tiny Thief is out today on Android and iOS


10:00 AM on 07.11.2013



Developer 5 Ants Games and publisher Rovio Stars (Angry Birds) have released a new iOS and Android game into the wild, and it looks great on paper. Tiny Thief is described as a puzzle game with elements of point and click, and it has an instant standout art style that has me extremely interested.

You can find it on iTunes and Google Play for $2.99. Apparently there are no in-app-purchases/microtransactions to be found, which is great news.








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