Save The Date: Fallout Shelter To Launch On Android On August 13th
You many not know what you will be doing on August 13th yet, but we have a pretty good guess. Fallout Shelter, a fun nuclear disaster aftermath themed mobile game is launching on Android (after having blessed IOS users with its presence for two months).
In Fallout Shelter you will be given the task of managing (and even micromanaging, if you will) your own shelter, after the world has been destroyed – that’s right, by a nuclear explosion.
The game has been long awaited on the Android platform and there are several good reasons for that.
It’s simple. You won’t have to spend hours going through tutorials and learning complex key combos. Instead, you will be able to get right into it and start moving forwards.
It has nice graphics. You may not think this is something that matters for a mobile game, but in the end, you do want something eye-pleasing to look at. Despite the depressing theme, the game’s artwork is quite cheerful, the colours are bright and the characters look weirdly happy (despite their desperate situation).
It has detail. Fallout Shelter is a free game – in the sense that you can choose how your small world will develop and there is no urgency in the plot. With that said, the chances of you having nothing do are pretty much at zero. From working on the shelter’s inner design to meddling into the characters’ personal lives – there is no shortage of activities to occupy yourself with.
It’s not money hungry. While lots of mobile games shamelessly lure you into spending with in-game purchases and upgrades, Fallout Shelter does that tastefully and in moderation. You are still able to entertain yourself by getting fun virtual items with real cash, but these purchases won’t affect the game’s plot significantly – which puts all the players on a more or less equal footing.
All in all, it’s nothing short of a perfect mobile game. You can turn to you post-apocalyptic world when standing in line or riding the subway, have it save you from lengthy commercials or pull it up for some focused uninterrupted gameplay.
Whatever you have in mind, you can try it out on August 13th.