Supermarket Mania 2 Launching on Android Next Week

The sequel to one of G5 Entertainment’s most popular games is finally on the way, with the announcement of Supermarket Mania 2. It’s been available on iOS for some time now, with an impressive 700,000 downloads in just one month, so it’s sure to take off on Android devices. Supermarket Mania 2 follows the story of Nikki, who returns in troubled economic times to find her uncle’s grocery store struggling, and must work hard to restore the supermarket to its former glory. Nikki must do more than just stock shelves, though. She’ll have to clean the store, fill deliveries, mix juices and milkshakes, watch out for her nemesis’s (try saying that five times fast) mischievous tricks, and much more.

The app will be launched as a free game on the Android Market next Thursday, August 25th. Users will be able to upgrade to the full version via an in-app purchase. So, is anyone excited for Supermarket Mania 2? How many loved the original? Leave a comment below!

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