Made-in-India social game Silly Royale gets Squad Island. It’s a brand new 8v8 mode allowing you and seven of your friends to play as Guards or Sillys in Silly Royale’s biggest update yet. In Squad Island, each team can explore a brand new map and play every game from Squid Royale Silly Royale’s Squid Game-inspired modes.
Silly Royale Squad Island features:
16 player lobbies
A brand new map with new tasks
Two separate voice channels (one for each squad)
Option to vote for your favourite Squid Challenge to play against an opponent squad
No more eliminations. If you make an error in the game you no longer are eliminated from the squad
Players can access the Squad Island mode by tapping on the event tab in the main menu.
“On an average, players spend 48 minutes in Silly Royale and one of the most asked for features from the community is the ability to squad up with friends. Squad Island is our attempt at doing just that, to let you play more of the Silly Royale you love with the people you love,” says SuperGaming GM and co-founder Christelle D’cruz.
Squid Royale concluded the season finale of Squid Royale, inspired by the popular Netflix show Squid Game. During this limited time mode, close to five million new players downloaded the game worldwide.
The new Squad Island mode also highlights the flexibility of the company’s in-house tech platform, allowing it to run large hyper-scale real-time multiplayer games such as Silly Royale with over 17 million players and MaskGun with over 60 million players. SuperGaming’s tech platform is also being used to develop upcoming web3 games too.
Squad Island joins Silly Royale’s well-received Jail Break, Hide & Seek, and Murder Mystery modes. Silly Royale is available to download for free on the App Store and Google Play.