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The Gobliiins trilogy is now on Android


1:00 PM on 02.20.2014



If you're an old school adventure fan, you probably remember at least one Gobliin game. I thought it would be confined as a relic of the past, but it's seen a resurgence as a result of mobile gaming -- most notably the iOS platform. But now, Android users can get in on the action, as the Gobliiins Trilogy is available on Google Play for $2.99, and includes all three main games.

One of the reasons I love the Gobliiins series so much is because of its distinct focus on comedy, and large, colorful cast of characters. Although the puzzles are just as tough as the rest at times, there are characters I vividly remember from Gobliiins decades after playing it.

If you're an adventure fan and can deal with some dated gameplay (especially with the first two), I would definitely recommend picking the trilogy up.






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