Unreal-powered Dungeon Defenders: First Wave now available for Android

Chris Ziegler
C. Ziegler|12.24.10

Sponsored Links

Unreal-powered Dungeon Defenders: First Wave now available for Android
In case you had any preconceptions that you were going to be able to put down your phone long enough to greet friends and family members this holiday weekend... well, think again, because Dungeon Defenders: First Wave -- built atop Unreal Engine 3 -- is now available on Android. Tegra 2 devices like the Optimus 2X are billed as the "best" choices for playing the game, but seeing how those aren't really available, your next best options are Samsung's Hummingbird-based phones including the Galaxy Tab, Galaxy S series, and the Nexus S. A patch to be released next month will allow players to interact with their iOS-sporting counterparts online, while those on Tegra-based devices will get the opportunity to play with folks on PCs sometime later in the first quarter. Grab it now for $2.99; follow the break for the full press release.

Show full PR text
First Unreal Engine Game Released for Android

Dungeon Defenders: First Wave now available, PvP Arena coming soon

Arena Teaser, Minimum Requirements & Suggested Devices Listed Below

Gainesville, FL – 24 December 2010 – Trendy Entertainment has released their highly anticipated Unreal Engine based title, Dungeon Defenders: First Wave, on Android devices today, worldwide. Gamers can purchase the title at a special holiday price of only $2.99.

They have also announced Dungeon Defenders: Arena, a PvP "Multiplayer Online Battle Arena" expansion to Dungeon Defenders: First Wave, coming soon for iOS and Android! Check out the teaser below for more information.

Dungeon Defenders: First Wave is the first ever tower defense, online action-RPG. Mobile gamers and reviewers were delighted with the iOS version for its unprecedented depth and expansive multiplayer experience. Android gamers will get access to all these features and will be able to play with iOS users via a patch this January. Tegra-based devices will be able to play with PC players when it's released in Q1, 2011.

The game is available in multiple languages - English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. It carries an ESRB rating of "Everyone: 10+" and a PEGI Rating of 12+. The minimum system requirements for the game are:

Minimum Requirements:
512 MB RAM (256 free at runtime) GPU capable of OpenGL ES 2.0 Android 2.2 Froyo 800 Mhz CPU or greater recommended SD card with at least 600 MB free storage
Suggested Devices:
Best: All Tegra 2 Based Devices

High-End: Nexus S
Samsung Galaxy Tablet
Samsung Galaxy/Captivate based Cell Phones
Samsung Galaxy S

Mid-Range: T-Mobile G2
Droid X
Droid 2
All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission.
Popular on Engadget