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Oil Rush 3D has finally arrived but only for Snapdragon S4 devices

For those of you waiting to get your hands on Unigine’s naval strategy game Oil Rush 3D, your wait is finally over and it is now available on Google Play. However, before you go running off to Google Play to snatch up a copy for yourself, you need to know that the only devices supported right now are Android phones and tablets that come stuffed with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 chipset.

It’s not that it won’t ever come to other Android device or anything like that. It is just a temporary exclusive Qualcomm managed to acquire in regards to the initial release of Oil Rush 3D. For those of you who have missed our previous coverage of this rather fun looking naval strategy game, Oil Rush 3D puts players into a world where oil is now the main currency (not a whole lot different from now actually) and acquiring it and protecting your rigs from your enemies happens to be your main goal. Well you want to get as much oil as you can as well of course.

Oil Rush 3D Features:

– Breathtaking 3D graphics of superior quality never before available on mobile devices
– Unique and varied environments: the twilit Antarctic, flooded jungles, sunken cities, Asian villages, great canyons, ruined industrial zones, and more
– Massive battles, furious enemies, raging attacks!
– One game, many mission types: capture-’em-all, save-the-hero, tower defense, survival, oil retrieval, rescue, defeat-the-boss, and more
– Strategic depth due to different attack/defense weapons with multi-level upgrade options
– Tech tree with rich array of super technologies, including nukes, napalm, submarines, and convertiplanes
– Campaign more than 10 hours long and packed with 16 challenging, story-based missions
– 15 quick game maps for battles with up to three AI opponents
– 18 music tracks delivering unique fusion of heavy industrial groove and electronic ambient/breaks

Players will not only have to build their rigs in order to drill for oil, but also build defensive and offensive units, deal with upgrades as well as keep an eye out for air-based attacks and submarines from your enemies. Combat can get pretty crazy at times.

If you have an Android device with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 chipset, you can snag yourself a copy of Oil Rush 3D off of Google Play for $7.99. There is also a free demo to try out before dropping the eight bucks for the full version. If you don’t have an Android device with a Snapdragon S4 inside, you’ll have to wait until around September 2013 before you can play. That is, of course, unless something changes.

To check if your device is compatible, there is a list of supported devices over on Oil Rush 3D’s Google Play listing.

Google Play Link: Oil Rush 3D

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