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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 02:09pm 15/06/15 | 8 Comments
If you missed it, Bethesda Game Studios head Todd Howard announced at the recent Bethesda pre-E3 press conference that a new smartphone and tablet game, Fallout Shelter, is now available to download for free from the App Store for both iPhone and iPad, and should be coming to Android soon, hopefully. The game allows you to build and cultivate a Vault-Tec fallout shelter within the world of the Fallout series.



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sjaeger172004
Posted 02:27pm 15/6/15
Not on android :(
Ickus
Posted 02:33pm 15/6/15
iOS only by the looks of it.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 02:38pm 15/6/15
Weird because I swear Todd Howard said it would be available on both after the show
groganus
Posted 02:41pm 15/6/15
Nah he said iOS, but the pip boy app would be available for both platforms on launch of the game.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 02:55pm 15/6/15
Fixed - sorry Android peeps
Melrick
Posted 07:23pm 15/6/15
Anybody here downloaded Fallout Shelter yet?
Tanaka Khan
Posted 09:56pm 15/6/15
I've been playing it all afternoon. I like it. Prefer it on the iPad over the iPhone for the larger screen
Audi
Posted 12:35am 16/6/15
Playing it atm, it's free so worth a go but it's hardly epic.
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