Shadowgun: DeadZone multiplayer beta hits the Google Play Store – we go hands on

October 11, 2012
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If you're a fan of the popular 3rd person shooter for Android, Shadowgun, then we have some awesome news for you this afternoon. The folks from Madfinger Games have finally released their highly anticipated DeadZone multiplayer game to the Google Play Store. It's free for now, and is a limited beta available to NVIDIA Tegra 3 devices only.

The wait is over and you can now enjoy some awesome competitive mobile gaming thanks to Shadowgun. For now this is exclusive to NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core devices, but eventually will roll out to other capable Android devices. So for now the wait is at least over for a few lucky folks. Everything you loved about Shadowgun has been improved on DeadZone, and now you'll be competing with other gamers from around the interwebs. We'll update with a video but here's some screenshots for now.

Looks pretty awesome right. Running on our Tegra 3 powered Transformer Prime everything was quite smooth -- although server wait times were a little slow. Madfinger Games promises that for now everything might not be extremely 100% perfect, but that is the point of a beta. This is released to the Play Store as a limited BETA so they can iron out a few kinks and improve performance device-wide. They make sure to note the experience might not be perfect, but hope to have an awesome and stable release coming soon.

For now Shadowgun: DeadZone offers Four playable characters: Soldier, Mutant, Assassin, and Dancer. Two game modes, two multiplayer levels with extreme action, 7 different weapons and rifles, as well as tons of accessories like grenades, ammo and health kits, and the always helpful flashbang to blind your foes in the heat of battle. Check out a few more screenshots below and get into the gaming action yourself right now by getting ShadowGun: DeadZone free from the Google Play Store.


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  • rose945

    Too bad I didn’t win aTegra 3 powered Transformer Prime. This would be very interesting to play. hopefully it won’t be too long for a version for other capable Android device to come out…Patients I must be I guess.