Fallout Shelter

Fallout Shelter

Fallout Shelter is a nice surprise to all fans of the Fallout series since this game takes the Fallout world to Android. Not surprisingly the app comes from Bethesda Softworks and offers nearly the same gameplay seen in Fallout 3 for PC.

The app is not as big as its PC counterpart but it still allows you to feel the Fallout world. The game turns you into the master of an underground vault where you will have to take care of people. There’s also some strategy inside the game as well since you will also have to build facilities that will help you sustain life such as energy generators, water processing plants, rooms, food production lines and much more. In the end you may end up with a really large vault and this is actually the main goal of the game. You can also send people to explore the wasteland outside and discover new places and people and sometimes you will have to protect your vault from threats that will come out from outside and even inside your vault.

Fallout Shelter is a lot of fun and even more to people who are fans of the series. The game offers just 2D graphics but everything is detailed and looks exactly like Fallout for PC so fans of the games will be completely satisfied. It’s like you are playing a cut-down version of Fallout for PC on your Android device. We have to say that Bethesda Softworks have done a great job here – you will have hours of fun, while taking your Fallout world onto your Android device! The best part is that this game is completely free!

So if you are a Fallout fan then go ahead and grab the game – you will not be disappointed for sure! If not, then grab it again – Fallout Shelter will show you the wonderful world of the Fallout series and you will finally find out why this title is such a hit in the gaming world!

Fallout Shelter is here on Google Play.

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