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For those who want to give the chilling challenges a go themselves, you can now *thankfully* try it from the palm of your hand with the Squid Game Challenge app.
Watch a trailer for the game below:
The object of the game, which is available on both Google Play and iOS, is to make it through each round alive in a bid to take home a slice of the figurative 46.5 billion prize pot.
Gamers will try challenges just like those in the drama such as Red Light, Green Light, Sugar Honeycombs, Tug-of-war, Marbles, Glass Stepping Stones and finally the Squid Game.
The game developers write in the description for the app: "Experience the thrills of the craze that's sweeping the world on your own mobile device!"
The app appears to be a hit with Google Play users already, who have rated it 4.4 stars out of 5.
One reviewer, who gave it 5 stars out of 5, penned: "It is so Good!"
"It's like squid game but the level two is so hard," another fan warned.
A third gamer wrote: "It's like the actually game [sic]".
"I thought it was gonna be terrible but no there's only 5 and 2 second adds and the games actually work," a fan commented.
Squid Game is on course to become the most-watched series in Netflix history, beating out Bridgerton and Stranger Things.
The South Korean series sees a group of debt-ridden individuals all forced to play a number of playground games in a bid to win millions of pounds.
Whoever fails or loses the tasks are promptly 'eliminated' by the workers - that is, shot in the face and reduced to a bloody pulp.
Squid Game is available to stream on Netflix now.
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