Oil Rush 3D, a naval strategy game from Unigine Corp, will release through the Google Play store in February for Android devices, according to a recent press release.
Originally a PC title, Oil Rush 3D takes place after nuclear war has melted the ice caps, flooding the planet. Players control units in groups, rather than micromanaging single units. The game will feature touch-based quick-time battle modes with up to three AI opponents, a variety of different missions, a story-based campaign and more.
Speaking on the game's upcoming release, Unigine Corp's CEO, Denis Shergin, believes Oil Rush is a title that will appeal to many.
"Oil Rush is an exciting development because not only we provide a game that, I'd say, approved for the hardcore audience, but also because we expand the popular strategy genre to the Android market," Shergin said.
First released in January 2012, Oil Rush is also available for Windows, Linux and Mac. A specific release date for Android has not been announced.
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