Cinemaware's Defender Of The Crown Conquers Android Devices

Defender-of-The-Crown-AndroidBack in 2011, Apple iPhone and iPad users were gifted one of the most iconic home computer releases to date from Kellyn Beck, Defender of the Crown. Still sporting the Cinemaware name, albeit a different company, the publishers have finally decided to bring this Middle Age adventure over to Android devices.

Now available at the incredibly low cost of £1.49, Defender of the Crown can be had on just about any Android based system. Featuring accurate emulation and a revised mobile control interface for the new generation, it's safe to say that this re-release of the 1986 classic has been handled gracefully. 

Link: Defender of the Crown on Google Play


Last Updated ( 28 April 2014 )  

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