Android Game Of The Day-Tiny Thief


Rovio's first game under its new brand "Rovio Stars" was just recently released onto Android last week, and I must say its quite the little gem. Tiny Thief takes elements out of point and click adventure games and mixes them with the wonderful and hilariously witty antics and shenanigans of Rovio's other games to form a fantastically crafted mobile title that everyone should love to play. Tiny Thief will test your skills. He'll put your puzzle solving ability to the test, his epic adventures will warm and charm your heart into wanting more, and during all of this... he'll steal plenty of valuables to keep for his own greedy little self. In the spirit of Robin Hood, Tiny Thief is a grand undertaking of righting wrongs and doing good. Well... some good. You steal all the loot for yourself and give nothing to the poor. You do however make sure all the greedy power hungry enemies have nothing though. Which is somewhat admirable if you think about it.
Travel far and wide across six different big adventures and epic quests from a pirate ship to a castle siege. Make sure you use cunning choices to outsmart your foes or you could end up getting caught. You wouldn't want that now would you? The gorgeous art paired with simple and easy to maneuver controls makes for a very pleasant gaming experience that will definitely grab most mobile gamers and engage them. If you're looking for a pick me up, or just having a bad day, Tiny Thief could be just the thing to bust you out of that funk.
There will be tons of things to stand in your way of accomplishing your goals, but you'll have to outsmart and outwit those obstacles to save the day. For $2.99, it'll be the best little mood booster you've had all week.

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Lover of food, craft beer, movies, travel, and all things tech. Video games have always been a passion of his due to their ability to tell incredible stories, and home automation tech is the next big interest, in large part because of the Philips Hue integration with Razer Chroma. Current Device: Google Pixel.
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