How would you describe dedication? How about working for a couple of weeks, being fueled by nothing but plenty of caffeine and a whole lot of passion? This is what 11 bit studios’ lead programmer Bartosz Brzostek experienced, where for a couple of weeks, he was hard at work porting the iOS version over to the Android platform. Here is a true blue example of dedication at work, so if you want to enjoy Anomaly: Warzone Earth on the Kindle Fire, just install the Amazon App Store and pony up $3.99, that is the least that Bartosz deserves for his work – the satisfaction of seeing people appreciate all the effort put in. Check out a video of Anomaly: Warzone Earth in action after the jump.
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