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The Walking Dead: Leaves Android Bleeding to Death

Posted January 5, 2013 by Paolo Nikko in News

After five long episodes of smashing dead with a simple click of a mouse finally has come to full circle with Telltale Game’s Walking Dead: The Game reaping in numerous awards from major online gaming publications alike. The game also came in different platforms from the Xbox, PS3, PC and also in mobile gamine for the iPad.

However, for those of you who are wishing to play the game on your Android tablet, well the apocalypse might have just ended. According to an interview done by iJailbreak, Telltale’s Senior vice President of Publishing, Steve Allison told that Android doesn’t have the equivalent of the App Store making it hard to bring a port on the Android OS. The same reason being said by Chair Entertainment of Infinity Blade.

Now think about Android. How many different Android devices from how many different manufacturers are available? In the hundreds. And for the most part, they are all extremely disparate in their hardware specifications. Between this device fragmentation and the fact that most Android devices on the market are not all that great for gaming, we’d rather focus on making our engine better on the platforms we already do support.

While programming on Android powered devices can be difficult,

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considering the amount of devices and hardware that you need to consider. The same principle can also be applied in developing PC games. It is just sad to know that many developers are taking Android less seriously than any other games, considering the fact it is already beat iOS in terms of downloads.


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Paolo Nikko
Paolo Nikko

A graduate of Computer Engineering, Paolo is an Android enthusiast and spends most of his time programming and playing games. He is synonymous for the word customization, as he is curios for everything that surrounds him.