Hamilton’s Great Adventure is action puzzler for the Tegra 3 crowd

Hamilton’s Great Adventure is action puzzler for the Tegra 3 crowd

So you’ve got a brand new Tegra 3-powered Android smartphone or tablet and want to kill some time. A lot of time.  What to do? Check out Fatshark’s new game, Hamilton’s Great Adventure. Designed specifically for devices with the quad-core processor, it’s got the look and detail of a console or PC game. Did we mention that this wasa console/PC game? That probably explains the gorgeous colors and detail then…

Hamilton’s Great Adventure will put your problem solving and timing skills to the test. Outsmart the enemies, plan your way through the levels and collect all the bling to maximize your score. But not to worry, you are not alone on your adventure. Switch between Hamilton and Sasha the bird to get through more than 20 levels located in the steamy jungle of the Amazon or the ancient ruins of old Egypt. Each world has its own set of unique enemies and game mechanics. The game supports game controllers in addition to the touch controls.

Because of its size, Hamilton’s  Great Adventure is being released as separate editions, each needing more than 1GB of space on your device.  Score the original game for $3.99 and then tackle the expansion edition with 22 more levels of Indiana Jones-like adventure.

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