The Croods

#1 APP IN MORE THAN 40 COUNTRIES!

From the creators of Angry Birds and the creative minds at DreamWorks Animation: a FREE new game based on the motion picture phenomenon!

Meet the world’s first modern family: The Croods! These cavemen are breaking out of the Stone Age with the use of a new r-evolutionary tool: the IDEA! The Croods will Hunt & Gather their way through spectacular new landscapes as they tame fantastic and never-seen-before creatures. Help The Croods survive the wild…and each other!

Pre-hysterical Features:
● Trap & tame 10 evolutionarily mixed- up creatures! You’ve never seen anything like the Giralephant or Molarbear! Think you can catch them all?
● Create wacky inventions with Grug to open and explore new areas!
● Decorate your pre-historic world with the latest in caveman fashion accessories!
● Meet your favorite characters from the feature animation film from DreamWorks Animation!

PLEASE NOTE! The Croods is completely free to play, but some in-game items can be purchased for real money. If you don’t want to use this feature, please disable in-app purchases

Also, please note that a network connection is required to play.

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Rovio Releases Freemium Game The Croods

Rovio, the makers of the ubiquitous Angry Birds games, has just released their latest title, The Croods. It's a freemium town-builder, based on the upcoming children's movie. You can download the game here. The plot here is that The Croods are the first modern family, so they have to create a home in a prehistoric world. To help them do that, you'll have to tame fake historical creatures like the girelephant and molarbear, and invent Read More →