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After the Fall of PUBGM in India, A New Challenger Has Appeared: PABJE

After the banning of PUBG Mobile in India last week, Indian developers have scrambled to fill the immense void the 50 million player strong game left behind.


Just 2 days ago, we wrote about "FAU-G", a very familiarly named action game with not much more information disclosed, apart from the fact that it is publicly endorsed by actor Akshay Kumar.


While FAU-G still left room for the benefit of the doubt, PABJE certainly doesn't. Short for "Player And BattleJung Ends", PABJE is almost definitely a blatant rip-off of the ill-fated battle royale title.


From the name to screenshots to the iconic red-and-blue crate, PABJE seems to be a (bad) PUBGM clone through and through.


I'm not sure which excites me more - the 'realistic graphics' promised, or the fact that the ability to "kill enemy" is one of the main selling points of the title.


In case you're unsure of whether to give PABJE a go or not, here are some choice reviews from gamers who already have:

If you're interested in giving PABJE a try, you can download it from the Google Play Store here. At the time of writing, the game does not seem to be available in the AppStore yet.


#PABJE #pubgm

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