mic_888 · Jun 21, 2011 at 03:00 am

Pax Britannica Real Time Strategy Game Ported To Android

If you’ve heard of Pax Britannica for XP, OS X, and Linux, you might be interested to hear that the real time strategy game has been ported to Android. XDA forum member bompo has done the honors starting with implementing the two player mode.

Pax Brittanica is an underwater one-button real-time strategy game by No Fun Games. Up to four players battle it out underwater, struggling to be the last one standing!

Over the last 3 weeks, the XDA member has ported the lua code form Pax Brittanica to Android (using libadx). So far only the two player mode has been implemented, and there are some differences in the speed of the units, because of the smaller screen resolution.

Pax Brittanica is available to download free in the Market. To try out the game, and for further information including providing feedback to the dev, head on over to the application thread.


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