The Game

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  • Lots of mechanics and game modes – Large player pool
  • Copycat game
7 The Game brings the popular eat cells gameplay to your computer, iOS and Android devices. While the gameplay is nothing new it’s a well refined game with a number of fun additional mechanics.


The concept for the game is simple and similar to other games such as with the main gameplay mechanic revolving around players turning their small cell into a large one by absorbing smaller ones. The size of your cell directly impacts on the speed you can move around the game world which is a nice touch and helps give early cells the edge they need.

Other mechanics that The Game uses include the ability to split yourself into smaller components which is a helpful last restart strategy to get you away from being a meal.

For those that love variety The Game has a good amount on offer through the four game modes on offer. This includes the popular free to play mode that lets everyone run wild to random team for a more group orientated experience. This group theme is also offered in the capture the flag and guilds war modes.

For these seeking even more depth from their cell eating mayhem The Game has equipment and virus systems that add an extra layer of gameplay elements.

mitosis-gameplay2 The Game isn’t all fun and games though especially when better free games are out there (like the original While it has a great list of features and game modes the costs of unlocking some of these things are hidden within the game.

While this is expected for an app and has helped the popularity of this casual genre reach the masses those that originally fell in love with might find a sour taste in their mouth.


  • Grow your cell into a mammoth one and command the server.
  • Use your speed as a small cell to outrun your enemies.
  • Split yourself as a last resort tactic.
  • Enjoy four different game modes for game variety.
  • Play on your computer, iOS or Android device.



Review Platform: PC

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Samuel Franklin
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