PlayStation Mobile Launches Uncharted: Fortune Hunter

The puzzle game allows users to earn rewards in Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End on PlayStation 4.

PlayStation Mobile has launched Uncharted: Fortune Hunter on iOS and Android. The puzzle game allows users to earn rewards in Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End on PlayStation 4.

In Uncharted: Fortune Hunter, players complete level-based puzzles by moving Nathan Drake around a game board to reach the exit tile. Players drag their finger across tiles to move Drake, and can shoot switches, push rocks and more to create a path to the exit.

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The game includes over 200 puzzles to complete, and allows users to collect more than 50 pieces of treasure across four worlds. Levels become more complicated as players progress, with the inclusion of obstacles such as dart traps, moving platforms, spikes and more.

If players need help completing a stage, they can spend collectible orbs to reveal the puzzle connections between switches and other objects on the board. Users can also spend orbs to turn on ‘easy mode’ for the stage, which creates an easy path to the exit tile. Players can collect free orbs found in puzzle stages, or purchase orbs in the game’s store using real money.

While levels don’t include actual move limits, players will receive a Key if they complete a level within a ‘par’ number of moves. These Keys can be used to unlock treasure chests containing prizes like orbs, or prizes players can send to their account in Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.

Specifically, players can connect to their PlayStation Network account to send prizes they earn in Uncharted: Fortune Hunter to Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. These prizes include weapon skins, clothing items, relics and single-use boosters.

Uncharted: Fortune Hunter is available to download for free on the iTunes App Store and Google Play.