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Fallout Shelter Android version available now

Bethesda has announced that Fallout Shelter is now available for download on Android devices.

Anyone who has been eagerly awaiting the Fallout Shelter Android release can rest easy, since it’s available now from Google Play.

The Android version comes with all the previously released game updates that are available on the iOS App Store edition.

Bethesda announced Fallout Shelter at E3 2015 at its very first press conference, releasing the game that night for iOS devices.

Since then, the game has achieved global success and it’s been named the top downloaded game in 48 countries and the top downloaded app of any kind in 25 countries – even surpassing Candy Crush.

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Fallout Shelter is free right now on Android and comes complete with all updates, including Mr Handy – the ultimate robotic companion – as a premium reward.

Mr Handy can be used to collect resources inside your vault, or you can send him into the wasteland to collect caps; or he can just defend your vault.

Fallout Shelter is a post-nuclear strategy and simulation experience that puts you in control of your own underground vault. You’ll need to build the perfect vault, oversee your own community of vault dwellers and protect them from the Wasteland.

Download it now on iOS or Android

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