Smart-looking mobile spin-off Deus Ex: The Fall is now available on Android, its publisher Square Enix has announced.

For better or worse, the Android port is exactly the same game as was launched on iOS last year, with the same price tag too - £4.99.

"Whether it was a smart approach or not, N-Fusion's done a laudably thorough job of cramming the entire Deux Ex shebang onto a touch-screen," Eurogamer's Chris Donlan wrote in our Deus Ex: The Fall review, before ultimately conluding that it was "an expensively realised iOS side story that doesn't amount to very much."

How does it look on Android? Cast your eyes below.

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