Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath makes its odd way to Android

Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath, the acclaimed action-adventure game from developer Oddworld Inhabitants, is now available for Android device owners, via the Google Play Store, for $5.99. The game was released for iOS devices in late November.

Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath was first released for the original Xbox console in 2005, and was the last game in the series from Oddworld Inhabitants. Developer Just Add Water created a graphically revamped version of Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath that was first released for the PC in 2010 and was later launched for the PlayStation 3 and the PS Vita consoles.

The game itself is a great mix of fantasy and Wild West themes as you control The Stranger, who tries to capture outlaws and collect bounties. Here's a quick rundown of the features:

  • 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, 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
John Callaham