Four years later, and free to play multiplayer shooter Deadlock: Online arrives on Android at last
Hope you're not that slow in the match
Four years and over two million downloads later, and Crescent Moon Games has finally ported its Silver Award-winning multiplayer twin-stick blaster Deadlock: Online to Android.
Now, Android players, as the iOS lot have had a few years to practice, you may want some training before headline into online matches with them.
For that, you'll want to check out the Survival Mode and offline Bot Matches. You don't have to but you'd be wise to.
Once you get to grips with the game, you'll want to head into its eight-player online matches, blasting fools in Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, and Capture & Hold.
There are over 30 different weapons, armor, and attachments to check. That includes different pistols, rifles, machine guns, grenades, scopes, and flashbangs.
Oh, and once you really get into it, there are daily and weekly tournaments to compete in and unlock points.
In our iOS review of the game, we called Deadlock: Online and "excellent and highly addictive title."
Adding that if "you can stomach the large amount of time required to unlock the best weapons, you’ll find a long-lasting challenge awaits."
You can download Deadlock: Online for free on Google Play right now.