Playdigous and Shiro Games have finally released the Android version of Evoland 2, A Slight Case of Spacetime Continuum Disorder. Like its predecessor, Evoland 2 gives players a taste of the many gameplay and graphical styles that have made their mark on gaming.
With plenty of gaming references and geek humor, the game takes players on a 20 hour or so time traveling adventure through different gaming eras. To put that into perspective, that’s around four times the length of the original Evoland. The adventure touches on numerous gameplay and art styles from shooters to adventure and trading card games and from basic 2D to early 3D graphics, letting gamers experience a bit of each style and genre. In the center of it all is a story that tries to tie it all together.
As part of the game’s mobile port, Evoland 2 has received revamped controls that will make life a bit easier for those using touchscreens. Those that prefer to use a controller will be pleased to know that the game promises Bluetooth controller support and Android TV compatibility.
Evoland 2 was originally released on PC via Steam in 2015, where it currently holds 89% positive user reviews. Earlier this year the game was ported to iOS in partnership with Playdigous.
As part of a launch promotion, Evoland 2, A Slight Case of Spacetime Continuum Disorder is currently $5.99 down from its regular price of $9.99. It does not contain any ads or in app purchases. Here is a trailer with a look at the game:
Interested? Check out the new release on Google Play.