Spy Mouse and Real Racing 2 Launch on Android Market
By Simon Burns On 22 Dec, 2011 At 04:12 PM | Categorized As Android, News | With 1 Comment

Firemint, the developer of Flight Control, has released it’s massive hits Spy Mouse and Real Racing 2 on the Android Market. Both titles have been published by giant EA and add to the recent slew of quality games hitting Android this Christmas.

Spy Mouse, which we reviewed on iPhone, sees you in control of Agent Squeak as he tries to find cheese and avoid cats and a great little puzzle adventure game that was two years in the making. Real Racing 2 is a phenomanal racer with fantastic physics and graphics that really feels at home on high end Android devices.

Spy Mouse is currently 59p/99c and Real Racing 2 is offered as a free demo that can be upgraded to the full game with in in-app purchase, so I would suggest that you pop over to the Market and pick up both these great apps right now.

Spy Mouse can be found here, and Real Racing 2 here. You can expect a review of Real Racing 2 for Android from us in the next couple of days.

Enjoy!

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Simon Burns

About - Simon Burns is the editor and founder of VoxelArcade and The Smartphone App Review. He has been a fan of technology for over twenty five years and loves playing with gadgets and spending time with his family. You can get in touch with him via the ‘contact us’ section of the site or on Twitter by following @smartappreview

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  1. imade karari says:

    The best racer by far. Works flawlessly on Samsung Galaxy S2 without modification. There was initial problems with data downloads but now its OK. Close open apps before playing to avoid crashes.

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