If you’re looking to show off one particular game on your phone to your friend(s) – Rigonauts has that “wow” factor that can impress them. The thing is – you’ll need to own a Snapdragon-powered smartphone on Verizon Wireless. Why? Well, it’s because Verizon and Qualcomm have secured the exclusive right for Rigonauts until October 23.

Another reason why the strategy building game is only available for Android devices with Snapdragon under the hood is because it has been optimized to run on the processors.

So what excitement can gamers expect to get when they spend $2.99 for Rigonauts on Google Play? Dubbed as a build and battle game, you’ll basically be in charge of outfitting a battle ship with weapons and armor. Then of course, you’ll have to successfully battle other ships as you lead your vessel in a perilous journey through more than 30 levels available on the game.

If you like what you see on the trailer, head straight to Google Play if you meet the above criteria. Otherwise, you can go revisit the link in about two weeks.

Bams Sadewo
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