Jan 28 AT 1:30 PM Taylor Wimberly 14 Comments

Android games slowly improving

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Games are the one area where Android just doesn’t stack up with the iPhone OS yet. Android features some of the most powerful phones (Droid and Nexus One), but many of the major game studios have yet release titles for Google’s mobile operating system. Google has recognized this shortfall and will provide game devs with free Android phones at the upcoming Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.

Android games might not have the best looking graphics, but we are finally starting to see that change. Several of the smaller dev teams have been publishing 3D games and they are improving with each release. Our friends from AndroidHD have produced a video compilation that shows off 50 different games.

Check out the clip below and hit up the source link for a list of all the games featured. Let us know which games are your favorite. I spotted a few titles I have never played, so I’m off to the Android Market to grab a few.

Source: AndroidHD

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