King to release Pet Rescue Saga on Android this summer

King to release Pet Rescue Saga on Android this summer will release its third Android game later this summer when it brings Pet Rescue Saga to our beloved platform. Like the Facebook version of the game, your goal is to rescue pets in a very colorful and fun environment.

The initial launch will feature 72 levels of gameplay and will include a variety of awesome features. Here’s a quick list of the stuff that accompanies the Facebook app. We’ll just go ahead and advise that you set aside some free time every day for this one; it’s the same team that brought you Candy Crush Saga.

  • A fantastic playable fairy tale, alive with animals and wonders
  • Seconds to learn, with hours and hours of fun challenges
  • Grand and colorful gameplay
  • Puppies, bunnies, piglets and more! Over 10 different lovable pets
  • Spectacular boosters and bonus rewards
  • Diamonds, bombs, locks & keys, animal cages and more await to challenge you
  • An exciting Leaderboard to compare your progress against your friends


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