Life is Strange for Android is Now Available to Download
Life is Strange is a storytelling adventure video game with an episodic graphic style originally developed by Dontnod Entertainment and published by Square Enix. The game started its existence as a PC and Console game in 2015.
The story is about Max Caulfield, an 18-year-old photography enthusiast who finds that she has the ability to reverse time at any time while rescuing her best friend, Chloe Prince.
After predicting the huge storm that will occur, Max must take responsibility to prevent the destruction of her city.
The player's actions will adjust the narrative as revealed and reshape after being allowed to go back in time.
Taking quests and making environmental changes represent puzzle-breaking forms in addition to choosing varied options for conversation.
At that time, many critics discovered that it offered one of the best interactive stories of its time, and many of them gave outstanding reviews. Maybe, that was the reason why Square Enix brought it on the iOS in 2017.
For Android itself was planned to be released by Square Enix Ltd in the Summer of 2018. That's right, Android is no longer underestimated in the gaming industry.
Last month, I did a pre-registration for this game on Google Play. And today, July 19th, I got a notification that Life is Strange has been released on Android via the Google Play Store.
This game has five episodes available. The first chapter of this game is completely free to play, but for the next chapters, it require you to buy.
You can buy each of the 4 chapters available separately. The second round is offered a discount of $ 0.99, but chapters 3-5 are $ 4.99 per item.
You also have the option to buy everything at once for $ 8.99, which is a better deal.
Life is Strange for Android is an offline game with a large size, the download size alone reaches 0.99 GB. Here's the game footage:
Minimum Android Specs to Play Life is Strange
Recommended smartphones require a fairly high specification. You must run it on Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) or higher, and your smartphone must support OpenGL 3.1.
You will also need devices with a 64-bit ARM processor and a minimum of 2 GB of RAM. Devices with lower-end specifications may be able to install and boot the game, but their performance may not be great (slightly lag).
As explained in the description, a low-end device may have technical issues, causing a bad experience, or not even supporting the game at all.
Here are the examples of recommended Android devices for a better gaming experience:
- Google Pixel and Pixel XL or higher
- HTC 10
- Huawei P10 or higher
- LG V20, G6 or higher
- OnePlus 3 & 3T
- Samsung Galaxy S7 or higher, Note 5 or higher
- Sony Xperia Z6 or higher
If you can't find the Life is Strange app on the Google Play Store, it's a sign that your Android device doesn't support playing the game.
If you are interested in playing this game on your Android phone, here's the download link...