These violent tv shows have violent mobile games — or at least Westworld does. Announced officially just this past weekend, Warner Bros. has dropped a mobile game where players can “be in control” of their own version of Delos’s western Park.
Users play as a newly hired Delos employee who’s been granted access to the Delos Park Training Simulation. Players are in charge of building the park from the ground up — upgrading/detailing hosts, learning what the guests REALLY want, etc.
The game only covers Westworld season 1 thus far, so no fear of season 2 spoilers (until the next update, maybe).
In Westworld the game, you're the creator.
Available June 21. pic.twitter.com/U4J9ISpJ9z
— App Store (@AppStore) June 20, 2018
It’s not even the only Delos-centric “game” to release this week, as there is an Alexa one, too.
Featuring Jeffrey Wright playing Bernard and Angela Sarafyan (Clementine), The Maze is a VR experience which runs on a simple chatbot, AR, and VR project (and that life-size replica of Sweetwater complete with actors fully in character built for South by Southwest).
Those who have an Alexa-enabled device and download The Maze skill will start their adventure by saying, “Alexa, open Westworld” before venturing into the show’s world as an unnamed host – as the humanoid AIs in the show are called. They’ll be tasked with answering questions about the show, and trying to advance through three levels of increasing difficulty.
Westworld season 2 finale airs this Sunday on HBO.
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