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You might have by no means heard of it, however MO: Astray is a positively-reviewed action-platformer that landed on PC in 2019 and has amassed many emphatic evaluations because of its high quality Metroidvania-like gameplay. The title comes from Archpray Inc. and seems to have been printed on PC and the Nintendo Switch by Rayark Worldwide, the identical firm that is publishing the title on Android, most likely greatest recognized for its rhythm games. So we already know the cell port for MO: Astray is in good arms, and now you will get it on the Play Retailer.
Since MO: Astray has existed on PC since 2019, I’ve linked the PC trailer above as a result of an Android-specific trailer would not exist but. As you may see, it is a stunning recreation that provides glorious pixel-based graphics. You can even see that motion revolves round a slingshot-like mechanic, which ought to ideally work properly on contact screens. Kind of, it is a Metroidvania title, which suggests it performs like a platformer, and sure, you may count on puzzles and boss fights, plus the story is fairly good too.
Thus far, particulars surrounding the Android port are nonetheless mild, so there is no phrase when the sport will probably be formally launched on the Play Retailer, or how the title will probably be monetized. It is my hope the sport will arrive as a premium launch, although Rayark does have a penchant for including in-app purchases to its video games, so I suppose we’ll have to attend and see how issues end up. On the very least, it is a good signal that MO: Astray is obtainable at a singular price-point on Steam and the Nintendo Change.
So there you will have it. MO: Astray is a top quality Metroidvania title that is quickly coming to Android, and beginning right this moment, you may pre-register to obtain a notification upon its launch. So if this sounds good to you, be happy to pre-reg via the Play Retailer widget linked beneath.
MO: Astray has now left pre-registration, and is available to purchase on Google Play for $4.99. It already has an average rating of 4.7/5 stars out of 81 reviews, with most players praising the graphics and gameplay. However, even though the game advertises controller support, there seem to be problems with compatibility at the moment — some reviews mention issues with PS4, XBox, and Razer Kishi gamepads.