It may have taken a while, but developer Next Games is finally bringing “The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land” to Android devices. “No Man’s Land” is an official tie-in game to “The Walking Dead” TV series on AMC, with events on the show referenced in the title and the popular character Daryl Dixon making appearances.

Normally, it takes a number of months to bring an iOS game to Android, but it only took Next Games three weeks to port “No Man’s Land,” according to Pocket Gamer. It should be interesting to see if the iOS and Android versions get updated at the same time, since ports to either OS usually get them late.

“No Man’s Land” is an action roleplaying game (RPG) with turn-based combat and a ton of micromanaging. Players have to balance protecting the safe area from zombies with finding enough food and materials for the civilians in the game. This can be tough since resources are scarce and there’s only limited food to go around.

Since the game is an RPG, players can customise their three chosen characters with various weapons and armour. Android Authority has confirmed that characters can have different classes, each one with unique special abilities that will be very useful during combat.

As mentioned earlier, Daryl Dixon appears in the game, as he trains the three characters chosen by the player. Even after training them, Daryl sticks around and occasionally gives the player advice on how to progress in the game. Norman Reedus plays Daryl in the AMC show and also provides his voice for the character in the title.

The Android version of the game comes out later this week, on Oct. 29, so Android users won’t have to wait much longer to play it. “The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land” is free to download for both iOS and Android devices, so fans of the series who are curious about the game should pick it up.

While the game is free, there are optional microtransactions that can be purchased with real money to make playing easier. Meanwhile, those who would rather not spend real money can still opt to do so.

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THE WALKING DEAD No Man's Land Trailer [Video Game] (Credit: YouTube/GameNewsOfficial)