I’m guessing that Batman has his own proprietary mobile operating system. That just seems like the way he’d roll. Maybe he had Lucius Fox cook it up for him secretly.
Here in the real world, we’ve got several to choose from, including Android, which just got its own big dose of Batman. Warner Bros. Interactive and DC Entertainment announced today that Batman: Arkham Origins has made its way to Android, and is now available as a free download on Google Play and the Amazon Appstore.
Originally released on iOS by NetherRealm Studios, Arkham Origins has been lovingly ported to Android by Phosphor Games Studio, bringing with it the same swipe gameplay and vivid graphics. Features include a number of unlockable Batsuits and the ability to earn in-game currency as you play.
The mobile game also offers the chance to unlock content for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC versions of Arkham Origins, which you know you need to finish before Batman: Arkham Knight comes out next year. The pipeline also goes the other way, as console or PC play can unlock things in the mobile game as well.
Batman may not use Android, but he’s probably okay with you using it to help him through his early career adventures. And if not, it’s not like he’s going to drop through your skylight in the middle of the night … probably.