Dinoroar Interactive, a Sydney-based developer, has announced Samurai Training, its iOS release from June, is now available for Android.
Dinoroar has previously released Memory Loss, a brain training game for iOS, and is pursuing a similar concept for reflexes with Samurai Training, and is looking to release a visual training game soon.
Aileen Bautista, founder and CEO of Dinoroar, said: "Everyone that has played Samurai Training on iOS knows that it's a strategic game. You really have to think about what your next move will be in order to beat Master Samurai. People who have Android phones know what's in store now, they are more prepared for the gameplay."
Two versions are currently available for Android: a full game version with 3 training levels and a 'challenge the master' level, and a Lite version which contains the first 2 training levels only.
Samurai Training is available now for USD$1.99.
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