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Win a Dundie In ‘The Office’ Official Mobile Game

The Office: Somehow We Manage is a free-to-play idle game
East Side Games Group

Even though it’s been some time since The Office stopped airing (aka, way too long), it’s still a show that pretty much everyone enjoys watching. And now, we can keep the show’s fun antics alive with The Office: Somehow We Manage, its new mobile game.

The game was developed by East Side Games Group, and it features all of the show’s most beloved characters, including Michael, Jim, Dwight, Pam, Stanley, and more. You can also work to collect special characters, like Farmer Dwight, Prison Mike, and Three Hole Punch Jim. The game also lets you relive some of the show’s best moments while you “work,” including Jim pranking Dwight, Dwight complaining about Jim, and Stanley doing crossword puzzles nonstop instead of work.

The Office: Somehow We Manage is a free-to-play idle game, and it takes inspiration from The Office‘s iconic middle-management vibes. In it, you’ll be tasked with trying to keep the profits of Dunder Mifflin’s Scranton branch up to prevent downsizing; of course, the branch is struggling, so you’ll need to don your best Michael Scott impression and log some serious overtime to get the job done.

While you’re busting your butt raking in profits for Dunder Mifflin trying to earn enough profits to keep corporate at bay, you’ll also be able to gain office upgrades as you go. Just be sure to stop Michael from blowing your profits on something stupid. Easier said than done, though, we’re sure.

The game is currently available on both iOS and Android. It’s free to install, but there are in-app purchases for Scottcoins and in-game cash.

Download on the Apple App StoreGet it on Google Play

via Nerdist

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