The lights are on
Warner Bros. is delivering two of its mobile heavy hitters to Android users today. Batman: Arkham City Lockdown and Scribblenauts Remix have been on iOS for quite some time, but both are good enough to warrant a look from those who haven't had a chance.
Batman: Arkham City Lockdown, developed by Netherrealm Studios (Mortal Kombat and Injustice: Gods Among Us) is similar to Chair's fantastic Infinity Blade, with swipes and taps used to direct Batman's fists and cape. It's available for $5.99
Scribblenauts Remix (a title that my daughter and I enjoyed together), developed by 5th Cell, is a smart adaptation of the series, complete with clever puzzles and a great sense of humor. You can pick up Maxwell's mobile adventure for $.99.
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Nice I might look into Scribblenauts.
awesome,i think arkham city lockdown looks cool
Took em long enough!
Scribblenauts has been in the Amazon Android app store for at least 2 months already.
I didn't really like Arkham City Lockdown on iPad, it was a farely short game, it had almost no reason for you to keep playing after you beat the game, and it's simply just not that much fun. Infinity Blade 2 is way better. Also, you can find plenty of decent Infinity Blade ripoffs, which is what Arkham City Lockdown is, for free. $6 is way too much to pay for what the game offers. Scribblenauts, however, is a must play. I think Scribblenauts Remix is actually the best in the series, because it's only $1. Also, I didn't really like Scribblenauts Unlimited, I'm not sure why...
I've got Scribblenauts Remix on my Kindle. Guess it's time to try it out!
Is it bad that Scribblenauts has more sway for me than Batman.
Nah, just gonna keep my money ready for Arkham Origins.
I may have to purchase both of these games.