High Voltage Software recently announced a port of the single-player levels from Wii shooter The Conduit to Tegra-powered Android devices. Called The Conduit HD, the game will land on the Google Play store on March 14, offering the first two levels for free to players.
The rest of the single-player campaign can be purchased for $4.99, or players have the option of buying levels three through six and seven through nine in two separate packs for $2.99 apiece. While TegraZone notes that the game will be compatible with GameStop’s tablet controller, there’s no mention of it supporting Nvidia’s Project Shield handheld system.
Wii shooters weren’t known for playing well, but neither are mobile shooters (for all but the hardest of hardcore mobile-gamers, an oxymoron to those outside our sect). The disparity between the Wii’s motion controls – especially a Wii FPS – and those used on a touch screen is hard to overlook. How will this play out for gamers? We will have to wait and see. Since the first two levels are free be sure to check it out and come back to our site and leave your review!