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Weird and wonderful iPad adventure Sword & Sworcery wanders onto Android

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Product: Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP | Developer: Capy Games | Publisher: Capy Games | Genre: Adventure | Networking: wireless (network)
For: Android   Also on: iPhone, iPad
 
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Atmospheric adventure thingy Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery is now available on Android via Google Play.

In this mythical audiovisual adventure, you wander about some forests, fight some rhythm-based battles, get sucked into a parallel dream universe, and send some tweets.

Dungeons & Dwagons

We dubbed it a "unique adventure game with an incredible sense of style" when we reviewed it on iOS, and even chucked it on our list of best iPad games in 2011.

Android owners did get a chance to try the game a little earlier this year when it formed part of the Humble Android Bundle.

Now, though, it's available on Google Play as a standalone app, and is priced at a perfectly palatable £1.25.



Don't worry if you get stuck. And you probably will get stuck. We've got a full walkthrough for the entire game right here.

Oh, and if you're an iOS gamer who got a bit lost this morning and accidentally stumbled into the site's Android section, here's a Sword & Sworcery sale just for you, you big silly billy.

The Universal app is now just £1.49 / $1.99 from the App Store, while the iPhone-only Micro edition is cheaper than a Happy Meal at 69p / 99c.
 

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Mark Brown 21 December 2012
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RazJUK | 11:16 - 21 December 2012
I played this on IPad and loved it. I forgot all about it on saw it on Xmas sale on Google play. It looks and runs superbly on my HTC sensation. The soundtrack is fantastic and worth the price alone.
 
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