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Life Is Strange Launches On Android With Free First Episode

29 days ago   |   By Android Headlines

Critically acclaimed adventure game Life is Strange has made its way to Android, and the first episode is free. The game uses a specialized touch control scheme crafted from the ground up for the platform, but you can also use any Bluetooth controller you happen to have lying around, including a Sony DualShock 4 or Xbox One controller. The first episode is free to give you a taste of the action, and if you want to go further in the story, you can snap up the second episode for only $0.99, and subsequent episodes for $4.99 each, making for a total of around $15 for the whole game. For extra...
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‘Life Is Strange' Is Finally Available on Android and You Can Try It for Free

‘Life Is Strange' Is Finally Available on Android and You Can Try It for Free

29 days ago   |   By Touch Arcade

Life is Strange is one of my favourite games in recent years. I've played it on just about everything by now and was ecstatic when it debuted on iOS late last year. If you missed that, read my review of the first episode here. Life is Strange has always been like The O.C. with time travelling for me. After being iOS only on mobile for a while, it is finally available on Android today after a brief pre-registration period. I hope both mobile versions of the game are successful enough to warrant a port of Life is Strange: Before the Storm which is a prequel to this game. Watch the Android...
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