By Anu Passary | Nov 13, 2012 09:09 AM EST
On Friday, Nov. 9, the official Predators game, where the gamer does not play as humans but slays humans as a predator, landed on the Google Play Store.
"Hone your hunting techniques to lethal precision as you earn full membership in the Predators clan by tracking down and eliminating packs of elite human assassins, and defending yourself against even deadlier enemies...," states the Google Play Store game description.
The official game is based on the iconic sci-fi film franchise. Angry Mob Games and Fox Entertainment have teamed up to bring the game to the Google Play Store.
In the action game, the player is the Predator who is trying to earn their way into a full membership within the Predators clan. The aim of the game is to eliminate human assassins from Earth. It is not only humans whom the players have to combat, a player has to defend themself from three powerful and distinct Berserker Predators who want to bring down the other Predator clan.
The three opposition Predator clans include the "Tracker Predator" who has ferocious predator dogs, the "Falconer Predator" with his dangerous hawks, and finally the "Super Black Predator."
To face all the deadly enemies the game equips the player with alien warfare technology. A player can use Stealth Generator with which a player can vanish with chameleon-like transparency or turn on their Thermal Vision to pull out the big guns. A player also gets long-range cannons, lethal Smart Discs, Razor Whip, Net Gun, and the deadly wrist-blade and spears. After accomplishing a mission the player also gets trophies like the heads of a human prey.
"So far I consider this one of the best action games on Android. Trophy kills very satisfying! Well worth the asking price," commented a user on Google Play Store.
The game is optimized for NVIDIA Tegra and Xperia Play devices and users can download the 105MB file from Google Play Store for £1.87 ($2.99).
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Check out the gameplay trailer video below.
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