Love playing PUBG? Then this clone of PUBG may surprise you.
This mobile game named PABJE: Player and BattleJung Ends is developed by Dipak Kattikar, a game developer from India. After India banned famous mobile game PUBG (PlayerUnknown’s Battleground) due to security reasons, imitations of the game emerged.
The game claims to have functions such as an airdrop system, gun picking, as well as realistic graphics, which are similar to that in PUBG. It is also available in Google Play Store.
On the contrary to the description of PABJE as having “amazing HD graphics and smooth control” from the developer, the game has a 2.5-star rating at the time of writing, with some rather unsavoury reviews.
One of the reviews points out 4 things in the PABJE game that are better than PUBG, which are; unlimited ammo, fast-moving sports cars, ability to drive a car on water, and ability to enter anywhere you want with a car.
Nevertheless, the game is developed by only one person, maybe we can be more lenient and just have fun?
At the time of writing, PABJE has gained more than 100,000 app downloads, which is pretty impressive for a mobile game created by only one man.
What do you think about this? Would you download and play PABJE?
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