Uncanny X-Men Game for Mobile | Days of Future Past | Wolverine Game | iPhone | Android
Uncanny X-Men Game for Mobile | Days of Future Past | Wolverine Game | iPhone | Android

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Play as Wolverine, Storm, Kitty Pryde, Colossus, Cyclops, Polaris or Scarlet Witch and join the fight. Reach our support team at support@glitchsoft.com or download our Media Kit.

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F.A.Q.

Will Uncanny X-Men: Days of Future Past be released on Android?

Yes. We will be releasing on the Amazon App Store shortly which will support the following devices: Kindle Fire 2nd Gen, Kindle Fire HD 7, Kindle Fire HD 8.9, Kindle Fire HDX 7, Kindle Fire HDX 8.9. We will also be releasing the app on Google Play; however, it may take a few months to properly port the game over to the hundreds of Android devices on the market.

How much does it cost and what are the in-app purchases?

The app costs $2.99 and that includes more than five hours of unique gameplay. There are NO in-app purchases for this game which means that all characters, mutant abilities, costumes and future updates are included in the $2.99 price tag.

When will Storm, Polaris and Magneto be available to play?

Storm and Polaris are now available as of July 24th. Magneto will be available a little further out. That being said, there may be a surprise playable character released depending on popular demand. Tweet @glitchsoft with #DOFPgame to let us know which character you would prefer.

Who should I contact if I am having issues with the app?

You can reach our support at glitchsoft.com/support or email us at support@glitchsoft.com.

Which iOS devices are required to play the Uncanny X-Men: Days of Future Past game?

The app is compatible with iPhone 4 (or newer), iPad 2 (or newer) and iPod Touch 5th Gen.

Is it true that Bishop can be found in the game and if so, where?

One does not simply discover the whereabouts of Bishop on this FAQ.

Are there different levels of difficulty?

Not exactly. Instead of the traditional easy, medium and hard difficulties, you will find that certain characters are easier to play with than others. For example, Wolverine’s healing factor increases a player’s survivability which in turn lowers the level of difficulty. Scarlet Witch on the other hand would fall in the hard category.

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