The hugely impressive-looking Dungeon Defenders, which uses the powerful Unreal Engine to throw about its whizzy 3D effects, is set to take a bow on Android on December 23rd.
That’s just a week after its iPhone debut – an impressive turn-around time for such a technically ambitious game.
Dungeon Defenders mixes strategic play with RPG elements, all wrapped up in a bright fantasy world. Developer Trendy Entertainment is calling it a “tower defense online action-RPG,” which about sums it up.
After initial worries that only next year’s dual-core handsets would be supported, the developer has provided a full compatibility guideline that should set many fears at rest.
While some will no doubt be disappointed, I thing it’s a pretty reasonable list of stipulations given the nature of the game, which is only the second smartphone game to use the Unreal Engine after the astonishing Infinity Blade on iOS.
Here’s the compatibility list in full:
512 MB RAM
GPU capable of OpenGL ES 2.0
Android 2.1 Eclair
800 Mhz CPU or greater recommended
SD card with at least 400 MB free storage
Specifically Tested Compatibility List
All Tegra 2 Based Devices: Fully Compatible
Nexus S: Fully Compatible
Samsung Galaxy Tab: Fully Compatible
Samsung Galaxy based Cell Phones: Fully Compatible on all with 100 MB RAM free
Droid 2: Fully Compatible
Droid X: Fully Compatible
HTC Evo 4G: Fully Compatible
HTC Incredible: Fully Compatible
myTouch 4G: Mostly compatible, have some occasional stability issue
T-Mobile G2: Fully compatible
Dell Streak: Fully compatible
HTC Desire: Fully compatible
Nexus One: Fully compatible
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