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    Dc ChuChu Rocket Blasts Off Again! (To The Android)

    For those Dreamcast lovers out there (me included ), there's something special for you! SEGA has put up the cult title ChuChu Rocket to the Android Marketplace for play. At a barging 99, Chu-players can blast through 500 single-player puzzles, as well as battling against opponents (sadly it's non-online and it up to three opponents)

    The following is from Haruki Satomi, the Senior Vice President of Digital Business at SEGA of America:

    “ChuChu Rocket! has become one of our most popular and well-received titles on the App Store, so it was an easy decision to bring it to the many SEGA fans on the Android Marketplace,”
    But don't worry it's also coming to other mobile devices near you!
    “We look forward to bringing this classic puzzler to even more mobile platforms, introducing it to an even wider audience, in the coming months!”
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    So it's the same as the iOS version?

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    Which was largely the same as the Dreamcast version, yeah.

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    I'm surprised it wasn't already on android.

    Not officially I mean.

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    There are a couple of knock off versions, actually, but they do look shockingly bad, so I've never downloaded them to see just how accurate they are to the original game.

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