Dec 13 AT 2:56 PM Taylor Wimberly 71 Comments

The Dark Meadow is the latest Android game to use Unreal Engine 3


This week NVIDIA announced via their Tegra Zone blog that Phosphor Game Studios is bringing their iOS thriller The Dark Meadow to Android early next year. Set in an abandoned hospital gone wild, the game looks to creep you out and blow you away with stunning visuals using Epic Game’s Unreal Engine.

Phosphor Game Studios has optimized their game to run on Tegra devices by incorporating atmospheric real-time lighting effects and high resolution textures. NVIDIA’s post doesn’t mention if this game is targeted for Tegra 2 or Tegra 3 devices, so hopefully it will run on both.

Reviews from the iOS version were generally positive, so we’re looking forward to this game arriving on Android. For more on The Dark Meadow, watch the trailer video below and then read the reviews from IGN, Destructoid, Kotaku and Joystiq.

Via: Tegra Zone

Source: The Dark Meadow

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