One of the best first person shooter games over at the Wii platform has just made its way to the Android system. The Conduit HD is a port of High Voltage Software’s Wii-exclusive game and is now redesigned for touch based controls as well as having improved HD graphics. It is also optimized for NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core devices.
The Conduit HD can now be downloaded over at Google Play for free. While it may be free it only applies to the first two levels after which you will have to pay $4.99 for the full game or $2.99 for each half of the game. You will need a device running on at least Android 2.3 as well as a storage space of 849 MB. According to Kerry Ganofsky, High Voltage CEO and Founder, “Our goal with The Conduit was to bring a hardcore game experience to a ‘casual’ market. I believe we’ve reached that goal again with The Conduit HD.”
The game which was first released in 2009 for the Wii platform has not shown any signs of aging at all since the developers tweaked it to look even better than its console version.
The game starts out in Washington D.C. where an alien invasion is occurring. You get to play the character of a Secret Service agent named Michael Ford who is recruited by a mysterious organization called The Trust. You will be provided with all the high tech weaponry to face off against the aliens.
Some of the game features include
- Stunning graphics
- Terrifying enemies
- Shadowy conspiracies
- Intense weapons
- Unseen dangers
- Unparalleled customization
- Controller support
- Top voice talent
- Killer tunes
The graphics of this game is top notch. It even looks better if your device is based on the NVIDIA Tegra 3 platform. You can easily customize the controls in the game and can even use a Bluetooth controller.
The mobile version of this title is definitely superior to its console version. The price alone which is only $4.99 for the full game is much lower than the $50 price tag of the console version 4 years ago.
If you are looking for an action packed first person shooter game and have a high end device then you might want to check this title out.