Bethesda has made its new mobile game - Fallout Shelter, which is part of the Fallout universe - now available in the Google Play Store for Android devices.
The post-nuclear title first debuted at E3 2015 in June, and one month later, Bethesda confirmed it would arrive for Android devices by 13 August. Fallout Shelter initially launched for iOS devices at the LA gaming convention.
According to the new game's description, Fallout Shelter lets you control an underground vault during the aftermath of a nuclear disaster. It's like a simulation experience; you're able to build the perfect vault with various rooms, as well as lead a community of "Vault Dwellers" while protecting them from "the Wasteland".
The Android version is equipped with new updates, including a robotic companion named Mr. Handy. He's a "premium reward" that you use to collect resources inside your vault. You can send him into the wasteland to collect stuff or to defend your vault from new threats like Deathclaw invasions and Molerat infestations.
Fallout Shelter is available for free. The game's latest features are also available for iOS devices as of today.