‘The Walking Dead: Season One’ Now Available On Android

Posted: Apr 9 2014, 11:08am CDT | by , in Gaming


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‘The Walking Dead: Season One’ now comes to Android

The first season consists of five episodes and the first one will be available for a free download

It has been two years since the Telltale Games have been releasing on various platforms including the iOS. However, for this time The Walking Dead is approaching the Android hub. This game is all about survival in some grusomely horror adventure and is based on the popular comic series of the same name. There is one thing which might get everyone by surprise; there is little movement which has to be done for the character. The game is mostly about tapping on the screen and interacting with the objects you see on the screen.

Throughout the game, the story is told in a series of interactive cutscenes which is more like watching a movie and the only difference is that in this case you are the one who can determine what the ending would be like. This is where it gets even more interesting because whatever choices you make will not only determine the ending but will also alter the ways other characters behave around you.

The game is perfect for touch devices because it is based more on the tap and play function and hence these devices are a better platform for the game; even better than the conmsoles and the desktop. Also the entire scope of the game appears to be quite novel and the good news is that the first season features five episodes and the first one will be available for a free download. All the rest are available as an in-app purchase for $4.99 each.

source: gsmarena


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