Westworld season two is almost over, but fear not! You can keep the fun going well past the finale with two new games that are available to download now. One gives you control over a Westworld park simulation and features your favorite characters from the show, while the other lets you experience a host’s journey toward consciousness. And don’t worry, these games are definitely meant for you.
News about Westworld Mobile was announced back in January, and now it’s ready for download on both Android and Apple devices. Comicbook.com has more information about the game, which puts you in the role of a Delos trainee in charge of a simulated version of the park.
Westworld, the innovative mobile simulation game based upon HBO’s most-watched new original series, on the App Store and Google Play. Produced by WB Games San Francisco in collaboration with Kilter Films, creators of the Westworld series, the game is developed by Behaviour Interactive and invites players into the alluring Westworld universe to take on the role of a newly hired Delos employee granted access to the Delos Park Training Simulation (DPTS).The Westworld game narrative was written by series writers and features notable characters – including Bernard, Delores, Maeve and more – to immerse players in the themes that have attracted millions of fans. Players control all aspects of Westworld park operations including manufacturing, managing and upgrading AI-based Hosts and satisfying a wide range of Guest desires. The game’s content includes both the first season of the series and additional content from season two that comes online after it appears in the show to avoid potential spoilers.
The game is free to download with in-app purchases available. Check it out below!
If you prefer to be a host rather than a human, you’re in luck! Yesterday, the official Westworld Twitter account announced Westworld: The Maze – a game designed for Alexa devices which lets you play the role of a host journeying toward consciousness. According to CNET, the game “is divided into three choose-your-own-adventure-style levels: memory, improvisation and self-interest. There are more than 60 storylines and 400 unique choices, riddled with questions about the Westworld universe.”
Just like the series, there are clues sprinkled throughout the game – which also includes music, sounds, and voices from some of the actors on the show. It’s set before to the events of season one, “prior to when Maeve is the madam at the Mariposa – Rose is the one running things here. You can also go to the Confederado in Pariah, Python Pass and the Delos lab, among other locales.”
Head to CNET for more information, as well as hints for how to play. Simply say “Alexa, open Westworld” to get started.
Have you played either game yet? Tell us about your experience in the comments!