Strike Suit Zero is a new game you can try on your Android device – SHIELD tablet only for now – and what you will be able to do is fight giant robots in space. The indie game was first meant for PC, but now it has reached the easy-to-use tech accessories as well, first being the NVIDIA tablet.
The game is not a new concept and it lets you customize your space-walking death machine in order to finish the anime-like story you are given. You can infinitely build and rebuild your character with armors, weapons and chassis.
Strike Suit Zero has complex control systems that go well with its over the top graphics. You have on-screen controls for the SHIELD tablet just in case you don’t have the SHIELD controller, but you won’t be able to get the same experience with taps all over the place, taps which you won’t be able to manage in the nick of time.
The game is played in single-player only, but you can connect to Google+ for leaderboards where you will be fighting other players in scores.
Strike Suit Zero is not free as it costs $6.58 on Google Play Store and it shows as compatible with all Tegra K1 devices, but at the moment it shows as compatible with the SHIELD tablet only.