Will PUBG win over Mini Militia?

What do you think of PUBG? Will it win over Mini Militia game? The question itself is confusing. Actually, you can't even compare them both.

Doodle Army2: mini militia is a very basic multiplayer 2D shooting game made by Appsomniacs. The game got more popularity because of the ability to play offline with up to 12 players.

On the other hand, PUBG (PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds) become more popular when it released on mobile platforms like Android and iOS.

There is a lite version of the original PUBG, which has less size compared to the original. Lite version is in the range of 500mb and the original version is around 2gb in size.

The size of Mini Militia - Doodle Army 2 is less than 100mb

Mini Militia - Doodle Army 2 game was first released on 13 March 2015 whereas PUBG was first released on 19 March 2018.

Both games currently show 100M+ downloads on Google Play. Even though PUBG can only be played better on great smartphones, having good internet connectivity. Most gamers still choose PUBG over the mini militia.

There is a saying that kids play Mini Militia - Doodle Army 2

But we all know playing mini militia with friends won't give as fun as PUBG (no offence). I have played both mini militia and PUBG with my friends too.

So the question was will PUBG win over Mini Militia? I would rather say in downloads and usage wise it may win or have already won the battle, but mini militia is not going to fade away as long as it is on the popular app markets, which includes Google Play, App Store.

We always love playing multiplayer. Many of them prefer battles. The mini militia is actually a 2D version. And PUBG with the somewhat realistic 3D game. 

The next big update may be the 3D version of Mini Militia - Doodle Army 2

May be in distant future Appsomniacs may release a 3D version of this popular doodle game. Lets hope for the best. 
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  1. Or play both. This idea that it is a kids game is small minded elitist BS. PUBG isn't fun for me, I have tried, its not my cup of tea that's for sure, but I know many do like it and that's cool too. I am in my late 40's now. I still find time to enjoy Mini Militia games. It fills a void in that it is a simple enough game, but the number of choices you have to make really impacts your performance. The new Mini Militia Classic Alpha will be a nod to the old game, but then we will take the franchise further. As the other developer on the game I am bias of course! but I wouldn't actively make improvements to a game I didn't like to play or thought didn't have any joy to be had from it either.