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Legendary Heroes Released for Android
New games are always exciting, especially when they’re released for our mobile devices. Granted, there aren’t any lines forming (yet), but that doesn’t mean that it’s any less exciting.
For those looking for DotA or LoL action on the go, XDA Senior Member TheOneBD has just released Legendary Heroes. Its tagline says it all:
Every War has its Heroes …
Some Heroes become Legends.
The game, which is already available on iDevices, has now made its way to Android in a big way with a plethora of features—some of which are Android firsts—which promise to make the game fun. Some of the features include:
ACTION REAL-TIME STRATEGY
For the first time on Android, experience an Action Real-Time Strategy(Action RTS) game.
INTENSE ACTION AND TOUCH CONTROLS
Quick and intense matches with touch controls tailored for Android.
The game allows players to create as many characters as they want and even make them work together by controlling up to three characters in the same match.
If this sounds like a game you could spend many hours of your life playing, you can check out the original XDA thread for a full feature list, screen shots, the Android Market link and even several other download links for devices that may not be supported by the version in the Android Market.
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