Tiny Thief hits iOS & Android today, Rovio publishes new gameplay trailer

By Dave Cook, Thursday, 11 July 2013 12:31 GMT

Tiny Thief developer 5 Ants has released its charming stealth adventure on iOS and Android through the Rovio Stars programme. Publisher Rovio has released a gameplay trailer to mark the occasion. Check out pricing and the footage here.

Tiny Thief will run you $2.99 / €2.69 / £1.99 on iTunes, and $2.99 / €2.69 / £1.99 on Android. Hit the links if you want to buy it.

The game sees a pint-sized thief using objects to sneak past guards while stealing riches across six worlds. It’s all rather colourful.

Let us know if you pick it up.

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