Last month, a popular animated movie named "Secret Life of Pets" hit theaters. It became a pretty popular movie, as was expected. Even though the critics weren't too fond of the movie (which the same went for Suicide Squad this past weekend as well). But fans seemed to have loved it. And now Electronics Arts or EA, has created a Secret Life of Pets game for Android. It's named "Secret Life of Pets: Unleashed", and it's a pretty simple matching game that you can play on Android. With the Secret Life of Pets: Unleashed, you'll be able to get up close and personal with all of the characters from the movie. EA has partnered with Illumination Entertainment to create this game, which blends pets, puzzles and personality altogether into one fun game.
You'll be teaming up with Max and his friends as you explore New York. Each chapter in the game will unlock a new pet, board and goals. These range from chasing away the pesky squirrels with Mel to digging up super-sized bones for Duke. You'll also be able to join in pet mischief, as you play fetch with Max. This is how you'll collect your Daily Reward. You can also rock out with Leonard and even raid the fridge with Chloe. Additionally, you can match combos and super combos to activate pet-driven boosts. This includes a flock of helpful parakeets and a board-clearing dive bomb from Tiberius and Gidget. It's a pretty fun and exciting game, where excitement can run wild with all the characters of The Secret Life of Pets.
The Secret Life of Pets: Unleashed is now available in the Google Play Store. It's one of those free-to-play game, which allows you to play the game without having to spend money, but there are in-app purchases. These in-app purchases range from $0.99 to $99 per item. Secret Life of Pets: Unleashed is available for Android 4.0 and higher, which means it's compatible with most smartphones out there on the market right now. Which is pretty important, especially if EA wants this to be a popular game, although it does already have over a million installs (still pretty far from catching up to Pokemon GO).