Parents' Guide to

Family Guy: Another Freakin' Mobile Game

By Paul Semel, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 18+

Standard yet fun, mature match-3 game inspired by cartoon.

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Is It Any Good?

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While this match-3 puzzle game is pretty typical for the genre, having it themed to the adult cartoon makes it a bit more interesting and funny. In Family Guy: Another Freakin' Mobile Game, you have to match three or more bottles of the same size and shape. Doing so will get Brian, Lois, or some other characters drunk to the point of passing out; you also get condoms for Quagmire and makeup for Meg or even land punches on the giant chicken. But while this plays like every other match-3 puzzle game around (hence it gets progressively more clever and difficult as you go), what makes it stand out is how well it uses elements of the original show. Granted, most are superficial and cosmetic, like how the characters tell you when you've done a good job and that the bomb power-up is not a bomb but instead the return pad for Stewie's time machine. But it still manages to make this funnier, and thus more enjoyable, than a match-3 game with a generic gem theme or one based on something we're not as into as this cartoon. Granted, if you don't like this 'toon, you'll quickly get bored by the characters' antics and repeated one-liners. But for those who do enjoy Family Guy, you'll feel lucky that they made this match-3 game.

App Details

  • Devices: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Release date: April 28, 2017
  • Category: Puzzle Games
  • Publisher: Jam City
  • Version: 1.3.5
  • Minimum software requirements: iOS 7.0 or later; Android 3.0 and up
  • Last updated: February 22, 2021

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