The mobile game Godzilla has been revealed, in which you control a human monster called the God.
It is available for download from the App Store and Google Play, along with a series of other mobile titles.
The Godzilla franchise, which started with the 1993 film Godzilla, is one of the most popular anime franchises worldwide, with a total of over 4 billion copies sold.
The game takes place in the future after the events of the film, and you play as a young Godzilla.
You must survive the attacks of the monsters unleashed by mankind, but you also have to hunt down other humans.
The first God, named Godzilla, was created by a Japanese scientist named Shiro Nakamura and has a very human personality.
The story is set during the reign of Emperor Akihito and takes place during the year 2020.
The game’s artstyle, however, has changed a lot since the original Godzilla movie.
Instead of being an art-style that was inspired by Japanese anime, the new God looks more like an alien with a robot head.
The monster is made of a metal, and the design of the monster is much more realistic.
The player must also contend with the creatures that the player can encounter.
The graphics are also more detailed than the original movie.
There are three different difficulty settings for the game, with two of them being unlocked through playing the game.
The final one is called Extreme Mode.
In this mode, the player must defeat a boss that will be fought in the game’s campaign mode, and it takes place on an island in the Pacific Ocean.
You will have to find all the other survivors and destroy the God by destroying his core.
The Godzilla game will also come to Android devices.
The Android version is slated for release in November and will cost €4.99 (about $5.39).
In addition, the app will be available on the Google Play store and on the Appstore for Android.
The Nintendo 3DS version will cost just €1.99.
The title has been developed by Aksys Games and is an English-language title for the Nintendo 3ds.
The iOS version is planned to release sometime in late 2017 or early 2018.