Devolver Digital ha annunciato, tramite comunicato stampa, l’arrivo dei propri titoli indie, tra i quali The Talos Principle, Hotline Miami, OlliOlli, Always Sometimes Monster e Luftrausers, sui devices Nvidia Shield, l’Android TV e altri device selezionati Android.
THE TALOS PRINCIPLE, DEVOLVER DIGITAL TITLES ARRIVE ON NVIDIA® SHIELD™ AND OTHER ANDROID DEVICES
The technophiles at Devolver Digital announced today that indie hitsThe Talos Principle, Hotline Miami, OlliOlli, Always Sometimes Monsters, and LUFTRAUSERS are all now available on NVIDIA® SHIELD™ devices and the new SHIELD™ Android TV console and other select Android devices that have ™ symbols including Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, and Google Nexus 9. Check out the games lineup trailer on Devolver’s official YouTube channel (https://youtu.be/XqM8XAmJ4sU). The collection of award-winning games take full advantage of the latest Android-enabled hardware and controllers to deliver a perfect gameplay experience, and are all available now for download on the Google Play store.
“When I first heard we were releasing select titles on Android devices I thought that meant we learned how to sell video games to robots,” said Devolver Digital CFO Fork Parker. “Sounds like that’s not the case but since we’ll still be making a boatload of cash it’s cool with me.”
Croteam’s award-winning first-person puzzler The Talos Principle is available as six €5,59 episodes with an option to purchase the first episode for €5,49 and then the remaining five episodes at once with a €16,49 Season Pass.
Celebrated game titles Hotline Miami, OlliOlli, Always Sometimes Monsters, and LUFTRAUSERS are all also available on Google Play with a 50% off launch window discount.
All five new Devolver Digital Android titles will be available for hands-on demos on the new SHIELD™ Android TV console at Devolver Digital’s Trailer Park of BBQ and Awesomeness at E3™ June 16 – 18®. For more information on Devolver Digital and the new Android releases visit devolverdigital.com and follow @DevolverDigital on Twitter.