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AlphaBetty Saga launched on iOS and Android as latest from King

King has launched a brand new game called AlphaBetty Saga on the iOS and Android app stores.

The developer of the ridiculously addictive Candy Crush Saga titles has a brand new games for us to get our thumbs into and it’s called AlphaBetty Saga.

As you might have guessed by the title, AlphaBetty Saga is a word game, rather than any kind of match-three candy-themed nonsense.

Available to download for free, you’ll need to create words by linking together letters helped by a band of adventurous mice.

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Each level has a different challenge for you to achieve, such as scoring a certain amount of points, getting a block of cheese to the bottom of the board or creating a specific number of words with a certain number of letters.

In fact, there are five different game modes spread across 140 levels that are divided into three Chapters — London, Egypt and New York.

“At King, we’re continually thinking of new ways to entertain our players and diversify our portfolio of games,” said Mihai Sfrijan, Studio Head at King. “AlphaBetty Saga does just that and is our first word-based ‘Saga’ game, offering players a brand new strategic thinking experience with a rich story adventure at its core.”

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