Lucas Pope’s brilliant narrative game Papers, Please is finally out on Android. After almost a decade of release, the indie masterpiece has made its first-ever Android launch.
Papers, Please Android is finally here
After a surprise reveal last month, Pope’s dystopian narrative is now available on Android for the first role. While the game launched on iOS back in 2014, but an Android port never arrived.
This latest version of the game is not just a simple port work touch controls. Instead, Papers, Please Android is a full reworking of the indie falling to take advantage of mobile devices.
The new port has introduced a number of features to improve the mobile experience. For example, the game’s economy has been slightly tweaked, and you’ll no longer need to zoom in like on the old iOS version. You can also play vertically!
There aren’t that many changes to the new port. However, this is one of the best games ever made. This means that this is already one of the best Android games as well.
Should I get it?
For just £4.09 (around $5), Papers, Please is absolutely worth getting on Android. If you can afford it, it’s a must buy game for sure. After all, it has been almost 10 years in the making! Was the wait worth it?
As one of the best games on PC, this is absolutely a gem on Android. Additionally, it takes barely any power to run, meaning that you’ll be able to play no matter your phone’s specifications. Well, within reason.
Are you getting Papers, Please on Android? If so, tell us in the comments below! We would love to hear what you think of this latest mobile conversation. Don’t forget to let us know your thoughts on this classic game.