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Lock Up Your Cheese, There’s A Mouse In The House
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Firemints long awaiting next title ‘Spy Mouse’ hits the App store. Find out what Firemint promise in their latest iOS game.

Over 12 months ago we got a peak at the new game and it pricked our interest. Now you can head the iTunes store and grab it for the measly sum of  Au$0.99 or NZ$1.29.

In Firemint’s press release today they outlined the gameplay and offered a brief synopsis of the game and what you can look forward to.

Two years in the making, SPY mouse builds on the intuitive line-drawing mechanics pioneered by Flight Control, and follows the increasingly outlandish adventures of Agent Squeak.

A wily yet charismatic mouse, Squeak believes himself a secret agent and is set on serving the needs of mice everywhere… even if they don’t know it!

Enjoy front row seats to the growing fantastical nature of Squeak’s journey as his opponents transform from domesticated tabbies to phantasmal felines. Delve into a variety of remarkable locations, from quiet suburbia to haunted neighborhoods, using power-ups, zany gadgets and stealth to complete your dairy-driven objectives.

Sneak, scamper and snack your way through 72 deviously challenging levels!

6 unique worlds, full of adventure, each with their own diabolical henchcat to outwit.
Run circles around your feline foes using all manner of zany gadgets, gizmos and power-ups!

Cat trouble? Recruit the help of the exotic Kiska and get your mission back on track.

Forever fun with achievements, secret levels and thrilling, action-packed updates!

Go here and pick it up now.

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