First glimpse at the Anticipated SPY Mouse for iOS


Firemint and EA Mobile just released the first video of their new release, SPY Mouse, for iOS.

You play as Agent Squeak, International Mouse of Mystery. He’s about to embark on a dangerous mission of cheese retrieval, where cats, traps and other diabolical obstacles are out to foil his plans. Fortunately for mice everywhere, this savvy spy’s the best mouse for the job… as long as there’s cheese involved!


SPY mouse is the next blockbuster iOS game from Firemint, creators of worldwide hits Flight Control and Real Racing.  The highly-anticipated title, available this summer on iPhone, will deliver Firemint’s trademark quality, polish and addictive gameplay. The bite-sized, yet remarkably epic adventure promises to take players to some very unexpected places!


“SPY mouse is the third big original title from Firemint,” said Rob Murray, Director of Firemint. “It's simple, compelling and surprisingly deep. SPY mouse is a really big deal for us, which is why it has been two years in the making. We wanted to get it just right, and we think it will be the must-have iPhone game for 2011.”


As Agent Squeak, players will have their undercover operations cut out for them as they outsmart calculating felines, tackle elaborate traps and utilize all manner of gizmos and power-ups in their increasingly outlandish quest for cheese. With over 70 levels across six different worlds, each filled with delicious adventure, players will have to have their wits about them to uncover every crumb squirreled away in deviously hidden areas and secret stages.


Developed by Firemint and published by EA Mobile, SPY mouse will be available this summer.


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