Unreal Engine powered EPOCH now available in the Google Play Store

by: Brad WardMarch 29, 2013

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Uppercut Games’ Unreal Engine powered EPOCH is now available to download from the Google Play Store.

EPOCH is a visually stunning game set in a post-apocalyptic world where robots are battling for survival in a never-ending war. Players will use their robots to battle other robots in a immersive single-player campaign with a dramatic yet interesting storyline.

Players will have the option to outfit their robot with upgrades, which will allow a player to take on larger waves of enemies. There are a plethora of upgrade options available, including some really cool weapon upgrades.

While the game is powered by Epic Games’ powerful Unreal Engine 3, there isn’t a whole lot of roaming that players will be able to do. The game, for the most part, has you set on a direct path to accomplish the mission at hand, which is by no means a bad thing.

In order to download the game, you’re going to have to be using a device powered by Android 2.3 or higher. EPOCH is 500MB in size, so it is suggested that the download is done over a Wi-Fi connection. If you’re interested, EPOCH costs $4.99 on the Google Play Store.

  • Mikesphoneandtab

    Everything game with graphics this good should make a deal with the Ouya to optimize their game for it. As mobile games get better and better id like to see them in the big screen.

    • chris pinkston

      I agree. Some of these mobile titles are good enough to want to play on big screen with control pad.

    • Or you can buy wii at 99$

      • Mikesphoneandtab

        I could, but I want good graphics and don’t feel like playing Nintendo exclusives because they are all washed up.