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Thursday, April 10, 2014

‘Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff’ now available for Android and iOS


Family Guy: The Quest for StuffFamily Guy: The Quest for Stuff is now available for iOS and Android offering a gameplay similar to The Simpsons: Tapped Out. Fox digital has collaborated with TinyCo to build this free-to-play game, which is based on the popular TV show Family Guy.

You can download the game directly on your device through its respective app store or by using the following links

Android iOS
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Download from Google Play
Download from Apple App Store
Price Free Free
Requirements Android 2.3.3 or greater iOS 5.0 or greater

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff is free to download and the developers stressed that the freemium elements are solely there to speed up the game or for cosmetic decorations, but that users will never be forced to pay money to progress. It's meant to be something that users play for short bursts - "on the bus or on the toilet", according to the company - but it can also be played for long stretches, particularly later in the game.

In Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff, the town of Quahog has been trashed by a fight between Peter Griffin and Ernie the Giant Chicken, and gamers must help Peter rebuild the town, collecting many of the characters from the game along the way. The game features original content from the voice actors along with stories and jokes from writers at Seth MacFarlane's Fuzzy Door productions.

Family Guy's trademark irreverent humor - including numerous cutaway gags - are everywhere in the game, with some characters from the show making a brief appearance for a single joke before disappearing for the rest of the game.


Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff features Facebook social integration so gamers can visit friends. Social play is optional, but may be required to progress through certain missions. The Google Play Games integration adds a layer of achievements, so you can track your progress against your friends. Logging in to TinyCo's servers with a Google+ or Facebook login does make it significantly easier to play the game on multiple devices, however. The game backs up progress to the cloud, allowing users to seamlessly shift their ongoing game between their devices on the same account. Unlike The Simpsons: Tapped Out, It can also be used offline, on an airplane for example, but will need to eventually sync to the cloud to save progress.



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