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Classic Sierra puzzler Gobliiins Trilogy bounds on to Android at last

Three at a time

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Product: Gobliiins | Developer: DotEmu | Publisher: Bulkypix | Genre: Adventure, Puzzle
For: Android   Also on: iPhone
 
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Android gamers, you might have been waiting a long time for Sierra's Gobliiins trilogy to arrive on your robot-themed operating system of choice. If so, today is your day.

DotEmu started bringing the trilogy over to iOS back in 2010. But now, the cult classic adventure series from the '90s is finally available on Google Play for £2.69 / $2.99.

But hey, you can now, finally, be reunited with Oops, Asgard, and Ignatius as they blunder across the kingdom.

If you don't remember, the trilogy's main gimmick was that each character had a unique ability, meaning you had to swap between them to solve the puzzles and complete your quest.
While the game's sense of humour remains intact, there are new touch controls, and an option to smooth out those retro pixels.
 

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Chris Priestman 20 February 2014
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