Pavilion Is The Latest NVIDIA SHIELD Game & Priced At $9.99

The NVIDIA SHIELD gets more than its fair share of exclusive games or advanced access to select game titles which make their way over to the Android TV platform. Which does mean that if you are into gaming and in the market for an Android TV device, the NVIDIA SHIELD is really the only option to currently go for.

Speaking of which, if you already happen to own the NVIDIA SHIELD, then it looks like your next exclusive access game has launched today. This one is Pavilion. In fact, this is not only currently an exclusive on Android TV for the SHIELD, but also seems to be an advanced access SHIELD game in general - as it is expected to launch on other platforms next week (September 22). So if you do want to be one of the first to play the game, the SHIELD is the only option for the next week or so. It is unclear if it will become available to other Android TV devices later when the game does launch on other platforms, but as it stands SHIELD is the only Android TV device showing support for Pavilion.

In terms of the game, this is a fourth-person puzzle adventure game and one which places a focus on a mysterious world. In fact, the idea with this one is that you jump straight into the action as the game does not come with any tutorials or instructions. After all, it is a puzzle game. So this will be one which you learn to play as you progress through the game, although by the looks of it, you will have plenty to view as the game does seem to come with some pretty nice artwork. In terms of downloading, the game is available to download directly through the Google Play Store and will currently cost you $9.99 to do so. Although, there are no IAPs included so all you're paying is that $9.99 upfront price. For more details or to download Pavilion head through the Google Play link below. Alternatively, check out the new launch trailer below for a better idea of what you can expect with Pavilion.

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