Last week we told you about a fun new game from the mind of Warwick Davis (Griphook/Professor Flitwick), PocketWarwick, where you have to keep a virtual Warwick Davis alive and help him climb through the ranks of Hollywood. MuggleNet was lucky enough to get an early copy of the game and let tell you - I had a blast playing it!
If you've ever played The Sims, or had a Tamagotchi growing up, then this game will feel like second nature to you! Right from the first screen it's entertaining, fun, and definitely hilarious. I found it to be addictive and immersive. Before I knew it, I had been playing the game for over an hour! Time certainly flies when you're interacting with PocketWarwick.
The great news? This game not only releases today, but it's FREE! There are of course in app purchases you can make to help you progress quicker through the game, but personally, I hate paying for mobile games, so free is always a plus for me! I would definitely recommend you give it a try, whether you are a casual gamer (like myself) or a diehard.
You can download the game for free via iTunes or Google Play on your mobile devices, or by visiting PocketWarwick.com.
To read my full review of PocketWarwick, including screencaps and hilarious tidbits, head over to our video game section.
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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on July 21, 2007, and sold 11 million copies on the first day of its release, breaking Rowling's earlier records for the fastest selling book of all time.