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3 Minute Games is bringing its text-based adventure game Lifeline 2 to Android (Update: out now!)

If you enjoyed the text-based adventure game Lifeline, you'll be happy to hear that 3 Minute Games has finally brought Lifeline 2 to Android!
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November 18, 2015
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Update (11/18): Been waiting to try out Lifeline 2 for Android? Now you can! Developer 3 Minute Games has finally brought the sequel to the much-anticipated Lifeline game to the Google Play Store. As noted below, Lifeline 2 follows around a character named Arika that's on her way to avenge her parents and find her long-lost brother. As you play the game, notifications will be delivered on your Android Wear watch or Android lock screen, so you can answer the questions easily without the need to open the game on your phone.

Lifeline 2 is now available for download for $2.99. There are no advertisements or in-app purchases, and the game doesn't even require an internet connection.

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Original post (9/23): 3 Minute Games had a hit on their hands with Lifeline, the addictive text-based adventure game that launched on Android not more than a few months ago. The game follows around Taylor, a human that’s been stranded on a foreign planet in need of your help. Once Taylor presents a situation to you, it’s your job to respond by selecting the option you think will guide him to safety. It’s a super casual title that’s incredibly addictive.

If you enjoyed the first game, you’ll be happy to hear that 3 Minute Games is working on Lifeline 2 for Android. It’s called Lifeline 2: Bloodline, and it’s actually already launched on iOS. The developer says that an Android version is in the works, and it should be coming soon.

As for Lifeline 2, it will feature a storyline that’s almost twice as long as the original. In this game you’ll follow around Arika, a young woman on a quest to avenge her parents and rescue her long-lost brother. As Arika travels to complete her quest, she’ll send you notifications throughout the day as they happen to her. If you don’t feel like playing at that moment, you can catch up later when you’re free. And just like in Lifeline, you’ll be able to rewind the story to a particular point if you’d like to try a certain section over again.

No exact release date has been given quite yet, but we’ll let you know once we get more information. While we wait, though, you should definitely consider trying out Lifeline. It’s available for just $0.99 in the Play Store.