If you own an Android phone and you are eagerly waiting for the Urban Rivals app, you'll be happy to know that we just release the first dedicated version of the game in the Android Market!
Just search for it and you shall find it
It's the same version as the web game, but packaged as an installable self-contained mobile app, optimized for mobile (bigger buttons etc..) and with some added features like an integrated shop, and ways to buy credits directly inside the app, a cache system for images etc..
We support purchase thru text message, debit/card with Zong and free credits by downloading other games/apps with Tapjoy (like we used to have on the iphone until Apple decided otherwise).
It needs an Android handset capable of supporting Adobe Air (basically: flash), you can find a list there: http://www.adobe.com/flashplatform/certified_devices/smartphones.html but i'm not sure how often they update it.
We hope you'll like this app and that it will work flawlessly on your favorite Android device.
I've been playing UR on the iPhone for the last 3 years. After switching to an Android phone, I have to say the Android app is a major disappointment. The graphics are poor compared to iOS app. The app is cluncky and the buttons are hard to press. But the biggest disappointment is that there is no access to the market. In the iOS app I could buy and sell cards very easily, I enjoyed this as much as the battles. Now I can't do it all. Also, no zoom feature that features the card art and story. Would love to see this on my big android screen. There is no notifications of game news, no way to see messages, no way to look at my profile, and no way to see how much clintz I have etc. I understand Android is harder to develop with then iOS, but I was still hoping for more. Not a cut-down version of the website. Your Android market is going to be as big, if not bigger than your iPhone market in the future, I hope you can keep this in mind going forward. Hopefully there is more Android development in the pipeline, because I’ve found the Android app just doesn’t hold my attention as much.