Sunny in Philadelphia mobile game revealed with Charlie-esque note

The game "Always Sunny: The Gang Goes Mobile" is real, and it's happening imminently. This game isn't going to be like the mobile game the gang plays in the episode "Charlie Rules the World", but it'll still be radical. According to the first text release about this game, it'll have users "team up with The Gang: Mac, Dennis, Charlie, Dee and Frank, in their favorite gags, storylines, and iconic moments from the series, indulging in new and ridiculous money-making schemes to tap and unlock their way to more schemes and collect fan-favorite characters."

Basically this will be of the sort that East Side Games have made before. You'll recognize the illustration style, at least. They've got a few different games in the mix right this minute that'll probably provide good practice for those Sunny lovers that want to start their adventures as early as possible. Those include: Pot Farm, Pot Farm: Grass Roots, Don't Touch The Ranger, and Trailer Park Boys: Greasy Money. That last game on the list has a description that's suspiciously similar to that of the Sunny game that's yet to be released.

THE NEW GAME: "Frank's come into a bunch of dirty money he needs to hide from the feds, so he recruits The Gang to do his dirty work. While Mac, Dennis, and Dee bicker and backstab over laundering schemes, Frank tasks Charlie with hiding the clean cash in a safe place."

Also it would appear that Charlie wrote a note asking for assistance in the game that is forthcoming. That note is here:

Sound like a hoot to you? This game will likely be released before or at the same time as the 13th season of Sunny. The 13th season of Sunny is set to be released unto the universe on the 5th of September, 2018. It's Always Sunny: The Gang Goes Mobile​ will be released for Android and iOS, and there's a signup sheet over at Always Sunny Game.

ALSO: What you see below is from the episode "Charlie Rules the World" – and it's NOT what we're going to see in the NEW game coming out soon. Instead, what you see in the clip is the Web 1.0 game Techpocalypse, and oh my god it's real. So real it no longer functions. So sad, so do. It's not what the show suggests, but it's certainly similar. Repent now or forever hold your clicks.