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Today Parta Games announced that their debut game Go! Go! Meatball will be released for Android on September 25th. Go! Go! Meatball was originally released for iOS in August of 2015. Soon the mobile game will be available to download from Google Play.

“It’s now been a full month since we released Meatball on the App Store and we’ve gotten so much awesome feedback. Android version has been the most frequently requested thing from us so now we’re finally making it available!”, says company Co-Founder Antti Kolehmainen.

Go! Go! Meatball is a hardcore runner-platformer. Inspired by challenging NES games from the 80’s and 90’s the game has a retro-pixel art style, chip-tune soundtrack and challenging game-play. While the game is tough, it can still be enjoyed by players of all skill level. Completionists will want to gather every coin but they’ll need the skills to do so.

There are 3 different worlds filled with 30 levels to play through in Go! Go! Meatball. In addition to gathering coins there are also collectible hats in the game. When Go! Go! Meatball is available on Google Play it will include leader-boards and achievements.

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Featuring a cute pixely aesthetic and solid game-play Go! Go! Meatball is a great first game from Finnish developers Parta Games. The two-man team of  Antti Kolehmainen and Ville Herranen founded the studio just this year and are already on a roll. Go! Go! Meatball is the result of years of development and hard work.

Go! Go! Meatball is a premium game that will grant players access to the full game with purchase. There will be no in-app purchases, energy-timers or regenerating lives in the game. The game costs $1.99 on the App Store but no price for the Android version has been released.

Parta Games’ Go! Go! Meatball is already available on iOS and will be available for Android on September 25th as a premium game.

Alexandria Taberski

Staff Writer

A tsundere lolita writing about games for the last three years. Somehow got involved in covering mobile games. Loves JRPG's and all genre's of gaming except for platform games. Platforming can go die in a fire.