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My Time at Portia Moves Out to Android, iOS Today

My Time at Portia Moves Out to Android, iOS Today

My Time at Portia Moves Out to Android, iOS Today

The popular town-building sandbox game My Time at Portia is now available to download on iOS and Android mobile platforms starting today, Pathea Games and Pixmain announce. Complete with a variety of “mobile-exclusive content and upgrades,” the game is priced at $5.99 for iOS and $5.49 for Android for this week only (normally $7.99). Players who bought and downloaded the game during the limited-time promotional period will receive mobile-exclusive housewarming gifts, including My Time at Sandrock items, a swimwear set, a massage chair, and a mushroom cabin.

As its title suggests, you will travel to the beautiful town of Portia and be tasked with restoring human civilization in an unfamiliar land. While building and maintaining new amenities, you will form bonds with over 50 unique townsfolks and uncover the buried truth behind this post-apocalyptic world. For the best experiences, My Time at Portia is recommended to be played on iPhone 7, iPad Pro 3, iPad mini 5, iPad Air 3, and iPad 2019 and above for iOS devices and Android 9 and above with 3GB RAM or more. Watch the launch trailer below.

After successfully selling over two million copies worldwide on PC and console, developer Pathea Games promises that the Android and iOS port of My Time at Portia will also deliver the most authentic gameplay experience for fans through over a year of testing and iterations. Many original features have been optimized to support quicker, on-the-go gameplay as well, including the addition of item tracking, task tracking, and auto way-finding. The new manual and auto-save functions are added to ensure a smooth, portable gaming experience as you build and defend the town of Portia anywhere and anytime you want to play.

Will you be getting My Time at Portia for your mobile device before the promotional period ends? Share your thoughts in the comments, and stay tuned to The Nerd Stash for more nerd and gaming updates.

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