High Voltage Software will release a port of its Wii first-person shooter 'The Conduit' on Android mobile devices powered by nVidia's Tegra processors.
Newly titled The Condiut HD, the mobile version is a visually-enhanced but single-player-only version of the Wii original which arrived in 2009 with the promise of being "a Wii game that looks like a 360 title". We called it a "generic, below-average first-person shooter experience", and gave it 5.9/10 in our review.
For the mobile game, High Voltage promises touchscreen control that "gives players a seamless sense of connection with the game", and "one of the best looking games on Android".
High Voltage chief creative officer Eric Nofsinger said, "The Conduit HD looks even better than the original! With the power of the Tegra chipset, we are finally able to deliver console-quality visuals on mobile devices." It'll also support the Tablet Wireless Bluetooth Controller by GameStop.
It's set to arrive on Tegra devices in 'Q1 2013', and will be free to download and play for the first two missions. A payment of $4.99 will unlock the remaining seven missions, or you can pay $2.99 each for level packs containing levels 3 - 6 and levels 7 - 9.
Screenshots are below.