Made-in-India game Silly World gets Squid Game-inspired Squid Royale modes

Squid Game's Red Light, Green Light mode is now available in Silly World’s Squid Royale.

Highlights
  • Red Light, Green Light mode is now available in Silly World’s Squid Royale.
  • In anticipation of the upcoming Squid Game modes, over 700,000 players had pre-registered for Squid Royale in Silly World.
  • Silly World’s Squid Royale will get even more games from Squid Game in the coming weeks including Tug of War, Dalgona Cookie, Marble Game, Glass Bridge, and more.

SuperGaming had previously announced new Squid Royale game modes inspired by one of Netflix’s most popular series, Squid Game. Red Light, Green Light mode, which was teased by the dev earlier, is now available in Silly World’s Squid Royale. Squid Royale is a limited-time mode, which will get even more games from Squid Game. Red Light, Green Light, from the first episode of Squid Game, is currently available in early access. Players will need to complete some steps in-game to access Red Light, Green Light in Silly World’s Squid Royale.

How to play Red Light, Green Light in Silly World

  • Play 10 games in Silly World
  • Add five friends
  • Get 1200 IQ
  • Share the game on Instagram

After completing these steps, players will be able to check out Red Light, Green Light in early access. Players who play Red Light, Green Light in early access will get 1,000 in-game gold and some exclusive skins. Squid Royale supports up to 12 players in Red Light, Green Light, where players can try to cross the finish line by tapping on the Walk button when the doll isn’t looking. Winning games in Squid Royale will reward players with Squid Game-themed skins such as Old Man Nam, Frontman, and more.

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In anticipation of the upcoming Squid Game modes, over 700,000 players had pre-registered for Squid Royale in Silly World. While talking about the great player response, Christelle D’cruz, co-founder and General Manager of Silly World, said, “Squid Royale is poised to be the most popular mode added to Silly World, clocking in over 700,000 pre-registrations in the first week. We’re humbled and grateful for the response from our fans for the mode and hope they have as much fun playing it as we had making it.”

Silly World’s Squid Royale will get even more games from Squid Game in the coming weeks including Tug of War, Dalgona Cookie, Marble Game, Glass Bridge, and more. Developer SuperGaming has also collaborated with the Silly World community to create songs for Squid Royale.