The Dark Meadow Coming To Android Early 2012 With Exclusive Features
That's right, iOS fans. The Android version may be superior. As Daniel Tosh would say, "na na na boo boo stick your head in doo doo."
During last Saturday's Spike Video Game Awards, we learned that Phosphor Games' outstanding iPhone and iPad adventure, The Dark Meadow, was on its way to Android, but that was it. No info or trailer.
This changed today, as the company not only rolled out said trailer (see below), but announced that the game will arrive early 2012.
On top of that, it'll deliver enhanced graphics and physics courtesy of the new NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core mobile processor, and feature new game modes, story elements, levels and characters.
"The response we've received since launching The Dark Meadow has been incredible. It's clear that mobile players want console-style production values in their games," said Chip Sineni, Director at Phosphor Games Studios. "We're very excited to work with NVIDIA on incorporating Tegra 3's quad-core power and give Android owners an unrivaled visual experience to add to our new game modes, levels and characters."
We love this game, and it's about time Android owners see what all the fuss is about.