Mollywood superstar Mohanlal's "Pulimurugan" is one of the most anticipated movies of the year and has been making headlines even before it went on floors. For the first time in the Malayalam film industry, the makers of the big budget Vysakh-directorial movie have released a 3D game — titled "Pulimurugan" — for Android smartphone users.
"Get ready to play with the wild hunter. Pulimurugan 3D game, which is designed exclusively for movie promotion is out. Now it is time to start the game. Thanks to Csharks Games for developing the 3D game [sic]," Mohanlal wrote on his Facebook page.
Csharks Games & Solutions Pvt Ltd, the developers of the latest game, have stated that it is a simple game, which can be easily played by first-timers and children. It will be available on Google Play Store for free for just 41 GB, which was said to be the biggest challenge for the developers as it is a 3D game.
The action game features a fight between Pulimurugan and a tiger, thus targeting the fans of the superstar. With unique game play mechanics, the player has to unlock different concept models.
Where and how to download Pulimurugan 3D Game?
Open Google Play Store > Search Pulimurugan and find the app that shows the animated image of Mohanlal. Click on Install. Click HERE to install Pulimurugan 3D Game
- Unique Game Play
- Simple controls, easy to master
- Play as Mohanlal
- Unlock achievements and share
- No ads, no IAP, completely free
- Action for all ages
- More features coming soon
The iOS version of the game is expected to be released by the end of August.
Here is the trailer of Pulimurugan game:
The Mohanlal-starrer, in which the superstar plays a hunter in the wild, also stars Kamalini Mukherjee, Namitha, Jagapati Babu, Bala, Suraj Venjaramoodu, Makarand Deshpande, Vinu Mohan, Lal and Kishore in significant roles. The one-minute 20-second teaser of the action thriller has already raised expectations of the audience. It is said to feature a 20-minute action sequence with a tiger, choreographed by popular fight master Peter Hein, for which Mohanlal has not used a body double. Produced by Tomichan Mulakuppadam, the movie is scheduled to hit more than 3,000 screens worldwide on Oct. 7.