Officially licensed Phase 10 arrives in Google Play Store

Officially licensed Phase 10 arrives in Google Play Store

After finding success on other platforms, Mattel’s popular card game, Phase 10, has arrived in the Google Play Store.  Available in free and paid versions, the game works well on both smartphone and tablets alike.  Features include support for multiple languages (English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian), 15 playable avatars, and variable difficulty settings and card speeds.

The chief difference between the free model and the $.99 version is that the LITE model only offers three randomly created phases.  In other words, it’s not ten phases of Phase 10.  Do yourself a favor and cough up a buck, you’ll be glad you did!

We’ve spent the last week getting cozy with a pre-release copy and put together a quick video to show it off.  Here’s a five-minute first look at Phase 10 for Android.

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3 Comments

  1. menoza
    March 27, 11:58 Reply

    So happy Phase 10 is on Android!

  2. Mark
    March 27, 15:01 Reply

    Was dying for this before, but now I think I’ll just stick with Phase Out. No use spending another dollar for the same game (minus pass-n-play). Ya took too long, Magmic

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