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'Stranger Things' Gaming App Takes Players Back To The Eighties

06 Octobre 2017

The show was nominated for a number of Emmys this year and is releasing its second season later this month. Featuring all the main characters from the series, players have to collect Eggos and Gnomes while utilising each character's abilities to solve various puzzles.

Gameplay wise it conjures up a lot of 90s nostalgia, which is ironic.

Stranger Things: The Games is free on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch with iOS 9 or newer as well as Android phones and tablets with Android 4.4 or later.

Developed by BonusXP, the game will be updated when the second season launches on 27 October too, with new content and characters presumably based on the upcoming episodes.

You can see more of the Stranger Things merchandise in the Spirit Halloween tour video below.

Compete with your friends' Speed Run times on leaderboards and social media.

Clues have been tough to come by for Stranger Things 2, but we did our best investigative work after the trailer was released at San Diego Comic-Con this summer to unearth any clues or secrets.

If you haven't seen the first season of Stranger Things or haven't been caught up yet in the cyclone of awesome that it represents, do yourself a favor and start watching. Lucas can nail anything with his Wrist Rocket. You'll get to wander around the forest, the kids' homes, the lab and areas completely new to viewers. Generally, mobile games lure vulnerable players with a free download and immediately accost them with in-game purchases, but Stranger Things: The Game has none of that.

Joyce's Christmas lights were spoofed, along with the rest of the show, on "SNL":Winona Ryder is just an expressive, emotional person in general - which is what her "Stranger Things" castmates love about her, and why they defended her fantastic SAG Awards faces. While she cried on her own over Stranger Things, others made her cry over Beetlejuice.

'Stranger Things' Gaming App Takes Players Back To The Eighties