Netflix’s hit series Squid Game has made its way to Indian mobile games. Silly World, an action multiplayer title from Pune-based studio SuperGaming, has teased the arrival of a new mode inspired by the South Korean thriller. Thanks to the popularity of the upcoming mode, dubbed Squid Royale Games, Silly World has already garnered over 300,000 pre-registrations. Netflix’s biggest series to date, over 142 million viewers have already tuned in to Squid Games on the OTT platform, with the show also geared up for other popular games including Garena Free Fire.
Last week Silly World tweeted that it has already received 300,000 pre-registrations for the Squid Royale Games mode. There has been no announcement regarding when the mode will roll out to all users. However, in a separate space TweeterSilly World has teased that “Red Light, Green Light” will definitely be part of Squid Games Royale.
For those unaware, “Red Light, Green Light” aired on Squid Game as the first lethal game the unfortunate participants were subjected to. Don’t worry, we won’t give details and spoil the show for you. However, as the first game on screen makes its way to the latest Squid Royale Games mode, it’s safe to assume that other games in the series, such as Tug of War, Dalgona Candy, Marble Shoot, and the The inevitable Squid Game itself may soon make its way to Silly World. Since the company did not provide further details, this information should be taken with a pinch of salt.
Silly World currently offers three game modes – Jailbreak, Hide and seek, and Murder Mystery. It supports up to 12 players and allows users to create their own silly avatar. In Hide and Seek and Murder Mystery modes, users can choose between Silly or Devil avatars. In Jailbreak mode, users can choose between Cop or Robber avatars. Silly World also offers interactive features such as voice chat and emoticons. It comes with custom game settings for private match with friends.
One of the fastest growing SuperGaming games to date, Silly World has already garnered over 10 million downloads across Android and iOS, according to the company.