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Firemint Drops First Gameplay Trailer of SPY mouse
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Aussie developers Firemint announced their latest project back in March at the Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. At the time the new game was being shown off with the name Agent Squeek, however since then they have given it a new name and it’s nearly ready for launch.

SPY mouse will have you playing as the rat super spy Agent Squeek on a dangerous mission to steal cheese from cats while avoiding traps. Sound simple? Knowing Firemint it’s sure to provide a challenge, with 72 levels across 6 worlds and bonuses such as speed boosts, mechanical mice and the mouse cannon are sure to provide you with hours of entertainment.

Check out the first ever gameplay trailer for SPY mouse below. It’s due for release on the iTunes App Store for iPhone in the US Summer this year which means it should be out in the next couple of months.

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