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Puppet War Hits Google Play – Destroy Them All Before They Take Over the World

If you’re in need of a completely silly, yet totally bad-a** game this morning, check out Puppet War. Much like Dead Trigger, you roam  a level with a weapon of choice (there are many that can be unlocked by completing levels) and kill evil puppets that are trying to take over the world. You play as a janitor so you won’t be too pleased with your first weapon which happens to be a mop. Luckily, by round two you have a Desert Eagle to blow their heads off with.

It’s a fun game and for free, go check it out.

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  • EvanTheGamer

    I like these Muppets WAY better than their childish counterparts.

    “Excellent.” -Mr. Burns

  • SolipsisticPsychologist

    Very interesting. Not the game, but the permissions. The free version lists “Google Play Billing Service” as a permission. Now I haven’t downloaded the game yet, but normally, well let’s say almost exclusively, that permission is used for In-App Purchases. So even if the game is “free” now, which I suspect it might not be. Having that permission in a game only means one thing usually, and that would be the game is Pay-To-Win. So even if everything is 100% free right now, you have to wonder what the intention is for this permission. Could it be that it’s free now and once there are enough downloads, the developer will revoke features to sell them back to the customer?

    Also, even more telling that this might be another Dead Trigger in the making. Is the fact that there is a paid version of this game, and it also has the “Google Play Billing Service” permission, which is highly odd for a paid game and very suspect considering the shady character of most of the developers that Droid Life has featured recently. So I’m wondering since it’s a disgusting, unethical trend now for developers to sell a game, then turn around and remove features, or make the paid game free all of a sudden and remove features to sell back to the customer. If that is the very real reason this developer has IAP permissions in a paid game? I like dark humor games for sure, but I’ll be damned if I’m going to support another crooked criminal developer. Maybe the dev can explain the need for an IAP permission in the free and paid versions? Funny how it’s not explained in either app description.

    • This game is hardly worth the effort it took to write all that. Just don’t download it. You’ll thank me later.

  • Hunter

    (please read the following with the understanding that I am mocking those who complain about the content of this site)

    Gosh maybe you guys should just change your name to app-life.


    (but really)
    Looks like a fun game though, might have to give it a spin.

  • RW-1

    Epic? Naah … Now do one with a blatent Barney and you’ve got something …

    • BarneyStein. Instead of killing hitler at the end of Wolfenstein you kill barney.

  • Stewie

    Wonder if Henson or Sesame Might sue …

    • EvanTheGamer

      Probably got permission first.

      • michael arazan

        as long as the puppets don’t resemble a puppet that is copyrighted or trademarked, like killing kermit or piggy, the sweedish chef would make a badass Boss battle, and the scientist muppet with beeker

  • JustTrollin69


  • I’m conflicted about this one, being such a big Muppets fan and all.