** PLEASE NOTE: Rockchip, Broadcom and Amlogic devices NOT SUPPORTED! Requires at least a 1.2 GHz dual core CPU, 1 GB RAM with Adreno 220, Nvidia Tegra 3, ARM Mali 400-MP, PowerVR SGX 543MP, Intel HD Graphics or Vivante GC1000 GPU. Runs at variable resolution based on device capabilities. Performance settings available in app.
"A stunning and exquisitely realized masterpiece that delivers a gaming experience unlike any that we've seen before" - Game Informer
"A wild, beautiful and exceptional action experience" - IGN
TouchArcade 5/5 Stars "every bit as awesome now on a mobile device" 148apps Editor's Choice 4.5/5 Stars "it’s a console-quality adventure"
Prepare to immerse yourself in 20 + hours of action-adventure.
In the dusty, undeveloped wastelands of Western Mudos, cantankerous townsfolk find their settlements besieged by belligerent outlaws. Along comes Stranger, a drifter turned bounty hunter, with a unique double-barreled critter-firing crossbow.
Stranger’s Wrath has been passionately upgraded for this all-new release with all exciting new controls that make the most of the mobile format and improved visuals throughout.
* Fully configurable touch-screen controls let you move & re-size individual buttons to suit your play style * Scalable virtual joystick for fine tuning sensitivity of movement * Explore living towns, lush forests, and massive industrial facilities * Seamlessly transition between first-person shooter and third-person platfomer * Scour your surroundings for live ammo * Work with a range of strategies to surprise, stun, lure, blast and bag devious outlaws * Meet incredibly odd, funny and smack-talking townsfolk, enemies and natives * Fight dozens of varied bosses with outlandish arsenals and outrageous names
* Complete "twin-stick" HID gamepad support, including specific control setups for Shield, Moga (HID), XBOX 360, PS3/PS4, and many more * Intuitive touch controls + a redesigned mobile interface make playing & navigating a breeze * Incredible visuals that harness all the advanced graphics capabilities of today's mobile chipsets * A hilarious script, theatrical soundtrack and compelling storyline with a shocking twist * English, German, Russian, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Finish, Swedish, and Polish language support * Leaderboards, Achievements and Cloud Save
Apr 18, 2023
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August 25, 2023
I've been playing this game for years and I still love it. Not much has changed between the original Xbox version and the android version so it is a perfect copy, therefore I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a "buffy the vampire slayer"/ "call of duty"/ "red dead revolver"/ and "manhunt" etc. Elements mixed all into one game where survival and witts are all you have against an ever changing and fluxuating CPU it also has some elements of a game for the PS2 called "darkwatch". Area 51 PS2
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May 3, 2023
Near perfect. They finally updated it to play at 60fps. Wonderful. About time! The only problem I can see is that I have the Xperia 1 III, and it has a 21:9 screen, and this game has pillar bars on the sides of the screen. It's definitely way better than it used to be, but I'd still like if the game would fill my entire phone screen. There's also a couple options in the menu that say "missing!!". Other than that, this is a spectacular game. One of the best on Android. A legit must buy.
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October 23, 2018
Loved this game back on the original Xbox. I had a gift card and I bought this not expecting to use touch controls (I was just going to download it and wait until I bought a Bluetooth controller). Instead, I decided to try it out and on a Pixel 2 is runs perfect and it's honestly not hard to control (think using motion controls for bow and arrow in Breath of the wild). As long as you use the motion controls for aiming, it's super fluid to play this game without a controller.
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Attempt to filter out false positive gamepad detection on Xiaomi Redmi devices. Fix Intel X64 support. Android 13 support, 60 FPS, restore cloud saves and achievements.