Love Island: The Game's new season Double Trouble is now underway

Love Island: The Game's new season Double Trouble is now underway

Fusebox Games has announced the arrival of a new season for Love Island: The Game. It's called Double Trouble and has arrived in time to overlap with season 10 of the reality TV show, which kicks off in June.

The developers hope this new season will reignite players' passion for Love Island: The Game through the usual coupling up with other islanders' business. It will also replicate moments from the show, like Movie Night and Casa Amor.

Double Trouble has a grand total of 42 episodes that will release over 14 weeks. On top of that, there are over 100 new cosmetics available, including tattoos, piercings, and various clothing options for different occasions. You can also select from a variety of body types and hairstyles.

Each episode presents an opportunity for you to befriend or couple up with one of the 17 other islanders. You will make numerous choices throughout, allowing you to find love in whichever way you choose. And, more importantly, for a reality TV show, earn a place in the final.

Throughout your own personal series, you will also compete in challenges, have opportunities to rock the boat, and pick who stays or leaves the villa. Essentially, then, anything that's part of the show you can expect to find in Love Island: The Game, although whether it provides the full experience is up for debate.

A staggering 20 million people have spent some time playing Love Island: The Game. Although, that probably shouldn't be too surprising given the enduring popularity of the show. The Daily Mail reported that the show enjoyed 273 million streams in 2022. That made it the most-watched thing that year.

Love Island: The Game is available now on the App Store and Google Play as a free-to-play game with in-app purchases. You can download it for your preferred platform using the links below.

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Stephen Gregson-Wood
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