Awesome but actual size is like 2.6 gigs This game came out the year I was born I grew up playing it. Its absolutely awesome, runs buetifuly. There is one problem the game is 2.28 gigs but some required files aren't included in that number, i had to clear 2.64 gigs before i could actually download it. Aside from that its absolutely astounding
A must have! Baldur's gate is an amazing RPG and the android version is flawless! I really want to see BG 2 made for tablets as well...as the title states, if you call yourself an RPG fan then this game is a must have! I currently game on a 13.3 inch Hannspad running android 4.2.2 and I haven't encountered any gameplay issues. Oh yeah, if you get this game and think you're going to play it on a phone...forget it! This game was not made for phones, plain and simple. You need a 8 inch or larger screen.
Tablet issues Love the game, but it does not work with the onscreen keyboard of my galaxy galaxy s tab. Makes it impossible to pregen characters (cant save the file) nor can i write in the journal or do a custom background. Otherwise great game, would love to see these issue resolved.
Pretty much as good as it gets on Android This is one of my favorite pc games, a perennial reinstall that I'm excited to now have in full enhanced edition glory on my phone. It's probably more ideal on tablets, but the new touch screen-friendly zoom function makes it totally playable on smaller devices. With 100 or so hours of classic yet updated gameplay, this is well worth the price tag. Also, protip: you can move your saves back and forth between the PC version and this one. Handy if you want to play on the go and at home.
Doesn't quite measure up. BG has a standard of quality that BeamDog can't quite reach, and I'm not talking bugs. Don't buy the in-app purchase NPCs at least at first, as they're not written or constructed quite as well as the rest. Considering that an expansion is in the works this worries me. Still, it's the only way to have BG portable and the porting is well done. That's worth something.
No problems yet on my nvidia Shield tablet. The screen is a little small, but it works perfectly using the stylus and does have a decent amount of zoom for fine control tuning. It's great being able to play a classic like this on the plane or while traveling, I don't have to bring a personal laptop or risk installing on my work one. I haven't tried the multiplayer, but I don't think it would be optimized for long sessions due to the screen size. Nice option to have it though.
- Samsung devices running Android 5.0.2 no longer display an empty black screen
- Battle music now ends when combat is over
- Hungarian, Russian, and Ukrainian text translations are now available and can be selected from Options > Language
- Wizard Slayer description updated to clarify that Spell Failure takes effect on both ranged and melee attacks
- Pressing the back button on the device while on the Credits screen no longer exits the application
★★★★★ “The Bard’s Tale is easily the funniest game I’ve ever played” – IGN ★★★★★