Oil Rush 3D finally available, only on Snapdragon S4 devices for now

by: Bogdan BeleMarch 20, 2013

Oil Rush 3D Android

The moment many mobile gamers have been waiting for is here – Oil Rush 3D for Android is finally available. The bad news is that, if you’re not the proud owner of a Snapdragon S4 device, the game is out of your reach. For now, at least.

The game is already available in the Google Play Store (see Source link below) and it costs $7.99. It’s just as exciting as it was expected to be, but you need to know one essential thing. The game can only be played, for now, on devices with Snapdragon S4 chips – MSM8960, MSM8260A, MSM8974, APQ8064 and MPQ8064 with an Adreno 225 or 320 GPU and at least 1GB of RAM. Among the most popular models falling into this category are the Google Nexus 4, Sony Xperia T and Xperia Z, or the Asus Padfone 2.

This may sound like very bad news, but there is still hope for those that don’t own one of the devices listed on the game’s official site. According to it, the game will run exclusively on Snapdragon S4 devices ‘for six months following release’. So you’ll just have to wait until September, hoping that your device will be among the lucky ones.

And while you do, you can watch the trailer below.

Have you already tried Oil Rush 3D? What do you think?

  • TechXero

    First to comment

    I own this game on my PC, and i must say it was worth every penny. Enjoyed every frame. The graphics were amazing.

    Just got it on my Nexus 4, all can say is, Wow! Never thought it would be possible to make a game look so damn good on a phone before! This is a must have!

    What you waiting for go grab it now!

    • fixxmyhead

      im waiting cuz idk what this game is about? i didnt get anything from the trailer. is it like the old school warcraft games where u build stuff with money and wood?

      • renz

        It’s not that complex like regular RTS game such as starcraft and the like. It is more like tower defense mixed with some RTS element.

  • Pete

    Meh… Why pay for it when folks can get it for free.

    • TechXero


    • because it suports the developers.

      • Pete

        Developers are greedy. All they want is $$$. I believe in free and open source.

        • NOT! ! the operating system is and should be open source ! not when it comes to developement of games and apps.

  • Jpm7714

    so this is waterworld? cause I’m perfectly fine with that