Westworld now available for download from Google’s Play Store

The hit TV series on HBO, Westworld, has come to Android in the form of a mobile game. With help from Warner Bros., the app has been brought to Google’s Play Store for Android users to download.

Many have been patiently waiting on the Westworld game and after many months of getting the app ready, it was released on Android this week. If you’re familiar with the show, you’ll definitely find similarities in the game.

Essentially, players start from scratch with their own park at Westworld and have to entertain guests. You start by learning about park operations and how to host events, but naturally the game gets harder as it goes on. The goal is make, collect and upgrade AI Hosts in making the best experience for satisfying the desires of all park guests. Players do this through a variety of tasks (like challenges). Again, if you’re familiar with the TV series, the story line and purpose of the game will be familiar.

Like many mobile games we report on, Westworld is free to download but includes In-App Purchases. Players can buy packages to help progress forward in the game that start at a few dollars and go up from there. I’ve tried out the game but haven’t seen the TV series so it’s not the best game I’ve ever played, but I’m sure those interested will find the game fun. It seems to work well and is already gaining popularity in the Play Store.

Hit the download link in brackets below to install the game on your mobile or go into the Play Store and search for Westworld. Let us know what you think in the comments and check out our other coverage.

[Westworld – Download Link]

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