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Pocket Family Gets Revamped for Android Release

Written by Nate Lakritz on January 5th, 2019.

Pocket Family is a free simulation game where you design your dream house and interact with a virtual family. It’s been well received on the iOS App Store with a 4.3/5 rating and will be coming to Android soon. The Android version will revamp many of the game’s features and start off in Early Access. If the new changes are enjoyed by players, they will likely make their way into Pocket Family for iOS as well.

Kooapps, the development studio behind Pocket Family, hopes to provide an improved experience on Android. Gameplay centers around a “matching puzzle game”, with additional family management and dream house design tasks. Players can view each other’s progress in the game as well. Pocket Family on Android has been officially announced, but early access invitations have yet to be handed out. The game’s Facebook page will likely announce when players can join the beta and experience these new features for themselves.

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