Survivor Royale is a first-person shooter, clearly inspired by the excellent Players Unknown Battlegrounds (PUBG) where hundreds of players face each other inside a huge island filled with weapons and vehicles. Only one of them will come out alive and become the winner. The control system is pretty traditional: the control stick that lets you move your character around is located on the left hand side of the screen. On the right hand side, you'll find the shoot, bend down and jump buttons. When you stumble upon a weapon, a car or a door, you can interact with it by clicking on the button that'll pop-up. Also, on the upper right corner of the screen you’ll see a map where you can create destination points. The development of each round in Survivor Royale is very similar to the one in PUBG (mentioned above) or any other ‘Battle Royale’ game. All the players have to jump over the island using a parachute. As soon as you land, you have to run as fast as you can to find weapons, armors and other useful objects. Also, you need to be careful with the force field because it’ll keep shrinking. If it catches up with you, it’ll kill you. Luckily, you can use vehicles to advance faster. Unlike other similar games for Android, Survivor Royale includes several different gaming modes. You can play an all vs. all or by teams 'battle royale'. Regardless of the mode you pick, you have to face hundreds of people that have the same objective as you: to be the last survivor and get rid of as many players as possible. Survivor Royale is an online ‘shooter’ with pretty interesting premise that offers you a brutally awesome gaming experience. Each round can last about 15 to 20 minutes (or even more if you're good). The game also includes outstanding visuals which are even better than some PC or console games.
FeaturesTen Playerunknown's Battlegrounds clones for Android
Recently Bluehole studio, the developer behind Playerunknown's Battlegrounds, announced that they are taking legal action against many of the clones of their hit title. If they are truly the pioneers of the Battle Royale genre, nowadays they face stiff competition from the likes of Epic Games' Fortnite, as well as other developers like NetEase, whose games are the target of the lawsuit. Here are some of the most successful PUBG clones on Android... enjoy them while you still can.