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Madfinger Games To Release ShadowGun: Leftover This Week For Android

Fans of the over-the-shoulder shooter ShadowGun are in for a treat. According to the Madfinger Games forums admin RAZO, ShadowGun is about to receive an update this week in the Market which shall include 4 new levels, new enemies, new guns, and a whole lot more. Previously, this version of ShadowGun was exclusively for iOS, but now Android is finally receiving the love. 

Update will include:

– The story directly follows the events of original Shadowgun
– Free for all original Shadowgun owners
– 4 new levels
– New enemy creature
– New gun
– New type of gaming interaction
– New soundtrack
– Lot of new graphics, animations and cut-scenes
– New and improved content in general (also affects the original Shadowgun)
– New effects such as camera shakes or bullet trails
– New element in the control – Roll (player can now perform rolls)
– Tuned difficulty, weapons and enemies
– Better, more intensive gaming experience

ShadowGun is one of our favorite mobile shooters, so this update is definitely welcomed. It will be free for present owners of the game, but you can pick up ShadowGun in the Android Market for just $4.99.

Market Link

Via: Droid Gamers

  • nice!

  • TC Infantino

    Fun game on a gaming console, but on a phone with touchscreen controls for the game…not so much.  It would be great on an Xperia Play with the game controller setup it has built in.  Just not as smooth with the touch screen controls, and the fact that using the controls blocks some of the screen, thus blocking important information if you are in a fire-fight with the badguys.

  • hehe very very cool

  • magy1

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    • Anonymous

      What an incredible deal! Everyone should act on this right now because it’s totally 2 legit 2 quit.

  • Anonymous

    Inventing game terms? Over the shoulder shooter? They’ve been called “third person shooters” (you know, as opposed to first person shooters) since inception.

    • Anonymous

      Ummmm when I think of third person games… I think about Sanbox Style Games with a 360 view of your Character. When I think of “over the Shoulder Style” . . . I’m thinking Resident Evil 4 and 5 where you never have a full view of your character… but the camera is “OVER their shoulder” . . .

      • Anonymous

        It’s technically all encompassed in 3rd Person view styles. Slight variations will occur, but it is true nonetheless.

    • Is it really that serious?  Let me answer that for you.  No, no it is not.

    • kretz7

      Before you insult someone, you should know what you are talking about. 

    • Anonymous
      • Anonymous

        So some random website uses the term and that makes it legit? Try taking some design courses and speaking with actual programmers.

        • Anonymous

          A word or phrase used prolifically in common parlance becomes part of the lexicon. There is no criteria for something to be used by industry professionals before it is a legitimate word or phrase.

          “Language is not an abstract construction of the learned, or of dictionary makers, but is something arising out of the work, needs, ties, joys, affections, tastes, of long generations of humanity, and has its bases broad and low, close to the ground.”
          -Noah Webster

          l2english, son

  • Anonymous

    Why no online?

    • Anonymous

      I was wondering the same

  • Great one !

  • Kuboo99

    I actually am not a huge fan of Shadow Gun. I guess I never really got into it but it felt quite repetitive for the initial levels that I played.

  • Lmrojas

    Tegra 3 also?

  • I honestly wonder when developers will realize there is another dominant os gaming platform out there called Android…you know…so when games come out we get them within a month instead of several months…or a year and sometimes NEVER!  ….uuugh….

    • Anonymous

      Come on… Android has come a LONG LONG LONG way… before they didn’t even pay us any mind

  • Anonymous

    Awesome news!  After a rocky start that was quickly ironed out with a few updates, this has turned into my favorite Android game!  It supports ALL three of my devices (see that, Gameloft?) whether they are Qualcomm, TI or Nvidia-based and it’s rock-solid stable. I would have gladly paid a few bucks for this extra content, so free is icing on the cake. 

    • Anonymous

      Gameloft always seems to have a gimmicky, Mickey-Mouse feel. I hope they feel the heat from the competition and step up their game.

  • Anonymous

    Already the best OTSS on Android…this just solidifies it =)!!!

    • It’s not an FPS…

      • Anonymous

        No its an OTSS

        EDIT: which is what he said.

        • Anonymous

          I was just about to say that. Thanks =)

        • Anonymous

          He said FPS at first, but he edited.