Oil Rush 3D Naval Strategy is a killer new Android game from the folks at Unigine. It’s a game about a worldwide flood and mankind’s rush for oil in the wake of disaster; it’s also eerily similar to Waterworld which isn’t necessarily a bad thing… Oil Rush is a real-time strategy game that puts you to work taking over oil platforms in a world savaged by an environmental apocalypse. You’ll take control of a fleet (jetski’s included) and fight against raiders and other enemies in an epic storyline that spans 16 challenging missions. Some missions will have you rescue people while others have to simply trying to survive; there are boss battles as well to go along with several types of environments including underwater cities and the Antarctic. In addition to the lengthy campaign you’ll also get 15 maps you can use in quick play mode against up to three AI enemies. Oil Rush is a top-notch RTS that doesn’t look like it belongs on a mobile phone. I’ve only scratched the surface of the game, but the controls have been surprisingly well done and the graphics are just something you need to see for yourself. If you want to experience the game in all its glory you’ll definitely want try it out on a high-end device. There’s a demo version of Oil Rush you can try out for free, and if you like what you see the full version can be yours for $7.99. Both versions of Unigine’s Oil Rush are available to download on Google Play.