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Zenonia 3 for Android is Here!
XDA member silviantrius told us about the awaited Zeonia 3, an expected game for iOS, which just became available for Android devices. The main objective in the game is to find the reason for the death of his adoptive father at the hands of a demon, and subsequently a more powerful evil that is at work. The game features real time combat and exploration and the main character, Regret, is controlled through use of an on-screen d-pad.
You can download the apk file from the Korean Market.
Originally posted by silviantrius
Yes, I mean Zenonia 3, not 2!
It will be out for iOS in early 2011, but its already out in Korea for Android.
Screenshots (Galaxy S + Desire)
The APK takes more than 10MB in your phone.
You can find more information in the original thread.
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