Deadlock: Online is a top-down multiplayer shooter with over two million downloads that has pitted iOS users against one another since 2011. Now Crescent Moon Games is bringing the 3D twin-stick shooter to Android.
The standard online shooting staples are covered. You have your regular deathmatch and team deathmatch game modes, along with one called Capture & Hold that tasks you with holding an area longer than the other side. There are over 30 military weapons available for you to aim at the seven other players each battle is capable of supporting. Much of the content has to be unlocked, which you can do the old-fashioned way or by opening your wallet.
You can compete in tournaments to see how you stack up against the rest of the world, or you can play it safe competing against bots offline.
Having to have waited this long may be a bummer, but the inclusion of cross-platform support will let you hop into a match and take out your aggression on someone holding an iPhone. Just keep in mind that some of these folks have had nearly half a decade of practice, and they will probably gun you down.