Gameloft also releases Brothers in Arms 2: Global Front HD for Android today

Our last post about Gameloft must’ve alerted someone at the mobile gaming outfit to our existence, as we’ve just received an announcement that the company’s Brothers in Arms 2: Global Front HD has launched on Android today.

Here’s what it looks like running on Android. We’re guessing men in combat clothing, guns and buildings half turned to rubble:

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Always good to see a man on fire in a video game. As ever, Gameloft is a LONE MAVERICK that does not PLAY BY THE RULES – so the game is not on the Android Market. You have to get it direct from Gameloft’s WAP site. Have fun with that.

Here’s the list of supported phones…

HTC Desire HD, HTC Desire Z, HTC My Touch 4G, HTC Scorpion, Motorola Droid 2, Motorola Defy, Motorola Droid X, Motorola Milestone, Samsung Galaxy S, Samsung Atlas, Samsung Vibrant, Samsung 4G

..and here’s the game’s spec sheet:

Brothers In Arms® 2: Global Front HD

Description:
The highly acclaimed Brothers in Arms series returns for its most compelling battle yet amidst the fires of WWII. Play the solo Story mode or battle with up to 5 friends in multiplayer conflicts across 5 locations in Africa, Europe and the Pacific. Each environment and character is beautifully rendered in realistic 3D, making the action more lifelike as you dive and duck from cover to cover and assault the enemy. Pick up machine guns, bazookas, sniper rifles, flamethrowers and more, or jump inside a tank, vehicle and even a glider as you press your way through enemy lines.


Features:

Battle across 5 locations: Pacific, Normandy, North Africa, Germany, Sicily.

Challenge up to 5 friends on five multiplayer maps.

Pilot 3 vehicles including the tank, off-road vehicle or glider, or gun down enemies from the vehicle or tank turret

A wide range of realistic weapons: machine guns, bazookas, sniper rifles, flamethrowers and more.

Compelling cinematic moments with more interaction between you and your squad members

Stunning graphics and authentic settings inspired by real life battlefields from WWII.

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  1. Dougster

     /  December 7, 2010

    Can’t get on to their site (AGAIN)

    Gameloft FAIL.

    Reply
  2. Marv

     /  December 7, 2010

    So no standard HTC Desire? Or would that be the Z?

    I can’t believe that it would already drop out of a list of supported devices. Who can buy a new phone every few month…

    Reply
  3. Turbohobbit

     /  December 8, 2010

    Got onto the site via my phone (Desire) ok, but BiA isn’t listest as an available game.

    Reply
  4. rub3s

     /  December 23, 2010

    for the ones who are interested

    pretty unplayable on the desire. feels like playing at night with only a bit moonlight.

    big no

    Reply
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