From Dust hits Google Chrome game store in April

Ubisoft's downloadable strategy game coming to Google's storefront next month; price TBA.

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Ubisoft's strategy game From Dust will soon be available at a new destination. The publisher has announced that beginning sometime in April, gamers will be able to purchase and play From Dust inside the Google Chrome browser.

From Dust is blowing the horn of Chrome.
From Dust is blowing the horn of Chrome.

A price was not mentioned for the browser version of From Dust, but the game sells for $15 on other platforms. A trailer for the new version of the game is embedded below.

In 2010, Google opened up an online game store, and in the time that has followed, Supergiant Games' Bastion and Square Enix's Mini Ninjas have arrived on the marketplace.

From Dust shipped in July 2011 on Xbox Live and later spread to the PC and PlayStation 3. The game casts players as a supernatural force looking out for indigenous tribes in a seeming paradise beset by natural disasters. By transporting land, water, vegetation, and lava around tropical environs, players can open up new pathways for villagers and protect them from earthquakes and other calamities.

For more on From Dust, check out GameSpot's review.

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