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Rebel Twins, the developer of Daddy Was A Thief, is back with another zany Android game. Aliens Drive Me Crazy puts you in the shoes of a young lad who is understandably upset when aliens decide to invade. He grabs his nearest weapon, hops in the car, and speeds off. Despite the difference in concept, the gameplay is largely similar to Rebel Twins' previous work. Players hop between floors by swiping up and down, collecting coins, overcoming foes, and rescuing innocent Earthlings in the process.

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Out of the box, the game is ad-supported, but those can disappear for $1.97. There's also virtual currency to tend with, but that can be ignored with enough patience. If you've been playing Android games for a while now, then you know how the hustle goes. So here's a trailer, with a link to the Play Store available underneath.

Bertel King, Jr.
Born and raised in the rural South, Bertel knows what it's like to live without 4G LTE - or 3G, for that matter. The only things he likes sweeter than his tea are his gadgets, and while few objects burn more than a metal phone on a summer day, he prefers them that way anyway.

  • http://thepolymath.in/ Deepansh Khurana

    Is it just me or does that guy in the screenshots look like Michael Crider from Android Police. :P

  • Matthew Fry

    "If you've been playing Android games for a while now, then you know how the hustle goes." That's defeat if I've ever heard it.

    • Dario

      That and potentially lazy reporting. IOS version has no IAP. I bet the only IAP is to turn off ads. I think they just assuming more of the IAP hustle. Copy/paste when one see's IAP on the Google product page. Did they actually confirm. There is consumable IAP?

    • primalxconvoy

      I know how it goes. It goes straight into my "ignore" file. Charging someone AND including iap's is naughty.

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