By Adrian Diaconescu June 21, 2012 0 15 0 0 If Beautiful Widgets or Plume for Twitter ring any bells, you might be interested in a new free puzzle game for Android called Peti. The game has been recently made available by LevelUP Studio, the developers behind the making of the other two apps mentioned above, and, while it’s not groundbreaking in any way, it looks like a fun way to spend some time on a hot midsummer afternoon.Advertisement Peti is short for “People for Ethical Treatment of Invaders”, so your in-game target will be to protect and save aliens, as well as mankind. I know, it runs like the storyline of a pretentious first-person shooter. But in this particular case it’s only the pretext for a simple and minimalistic, yet addictive puzzle game. Combining the retro looks of Tetris or Puzzle Bobble with a few unique touches of functionality, Peti is not your usual repetitive puzzle game and it can actually glue you to your mobile device for hours or even days. It’s also worth noting that this is LevelUP Studio’s first mobile game and for a first effort it looks pretty darn good. There are four unique worlds where you can choose to play in, a fistful of achievements to unlock, a lot of different levels ranging from the most basic and easiest to some infernally difficult ones, plus 12 special powers that can help you complete your mission faster! So Peti can’t be called a rudimentary game. In fact, the gameplay is richer than most of the puzzle games I have played on both Android and my PC, so kudos to LevelUP! Then again, if you’re all about 3D visuals or complex storylines, it’s obvious that LevelUP’s Peti will not suit your needs and live up to your expectations. If you’re curious and willing to give this fun puzzle game a quick whirl, you can go over to Google Play and download it completely for free, or check out the trailer below for a visual summary on what to expect from Peti. Have fun and don’t forget to hit us back with a comment and let us know if you’ve enjoyed the game and if you’d recommend it for other users as well. 0 15 0 previous postBest Android apps for vegetarians and vegansnext postApple and Google: the two Big Brothers?