It has been said that when one door closes a window opens. That’s kind of true for Windows Phone right now. With Candy Crush pulling out of the Windows Phone scene, another game has arrived to replace it. It’s not the same kind of game though.
Remember about a month ago, when Ubisoft released Assassin’s Creed Pirates on Windows Phone? Then they quickly pulled the game due to many reports of crashes…and other problems? Well it looks like Ubisoft must have addressed the issues because the game is finally back in the Windows Phone Store. Let’s hope it stays put this time so we can all enjoy it.
This time around it will cost you $4.49 for the game, but fans of the Assassin’s Creed franchise will gladly pay that with no complaints. To refresh your memory, the game follows Alonzo Batilla, a pirate captain, as he makes his way through the Caribbean. The game will be compatible with both smartphones and Windows 8.1 devices, however you have to know that it will only work with devices that have at least 1GB of RAM. So if you’re running something that doesn’t have that, you can’t play. Sorry to those rocking old phones.
Source UbergizmoFiled Under: Gaming News