A new app from developer Drake Software has been released on Android, with the latest version adding an “in-app purchase” option to download a “digital” version of the game.
The app also comes with an in-game guide detailing the game’s “triple-action” gameplay.
“Drake” is a “first-person shooter”, a genre that has historically focused on action, strategy and stealth, with “Drakes” being one of the first games to do so.
The game’s developer, developer Drake, has been working on “DRAKE” since late 2014, and it launched in early 2015.
“The Drake team has been making great games for years,” a spokesperson told GameSpot.
“We are excited to bring Drake to Android and bring it to a wider audience.”
The app includes a “Draké” mode, which gives players the ability to “walk around, shoot enemies and steal loot”.
It is a game where players can control a Drake through a “single-player campaign” and a “multi-player co-op mode”.
“Dragma”, a “strategic space exploration game” in which players can “explore the planets, take part in the fight against the enemies of the Empire and use the space craft to explore space and beyond” also includes “Dramas” in the “Drydens” section.
In-app purchases for “DRAGMA” and “Drama” will cost $5.99 (£4.99) or $9.99 (€9.50) on Android.
The “Drax” app is a free download, but the “multiplayer” option will cost the same price for $9, or $12.99 for the “Multi-Player” mode.
Both apps are available on Google Play, but are currently only available on the App Store.