Born Ready Games has released its big space action game Strike Suit Zero on Android today.
It's not for all Android devices, mind. It's powered by the NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor, so you'll need either the NVIDIA SHIELD tablet, or something close to it.
This requirement isn't too surprising when you consider that Strike Suit Zero was originally released on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
It's not very often we see a next-gen game ported to mobile, huh?
On the SHIELD tablet it has HD graphics that support over 100 spaceships on screen simultaneously. It also has bloom, anti-aliasing, HDR, depth of field, and radial blur.
As to what the game is about, you pilot the Strike Suit in a mission to defend the Earth from destruction in the year 2299.
The cool thing about the Strike Suit is that it's a fighter craft that has the ability to transform into a bi-pedal suit of space armour.
It works a bit like a Transformer, in other words, except your character is inside of it.
You take out hordes of enemy ships, capital ships, and will upgrade your ship and its weapon load-outs as you progress.
You can purchase Strike Suit Zero for £4.99 / $6.99 on Google Play right now. You can find out more about it on its website.