Sep 20 AT 11:15 AM Taylor Wimberly 8 Comments

Fort Courage and The Bard’s Tale now playing on TegraZone

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If you are a proud owner of a Tegra-power device, then you might want to check out these two new games that just landed on TegraZone. The Bard’s Tale is a massive RPG with over 20 hours of gameplay and Fort Courage is a free-to-play tower defense style game. Both have exclusive graphics that are optimized for Tegra devices, so grab them now to show off what your device can do.

The Bard’s Tale

Description: You are the Bard, a selfish rogue weary of pointless sub-quests and rat-infested cellars. Through magical song you summon characters to join you in battle, heal your party, and take damage on your behalf. Ready your weapon as you embark on a quest for coin and cleavage! Prepare to immerse yourself in over 20-30 hours of adventure.

Owners of Tegra devices will have exclusive access to high-definition graphic assets. This, coupled with the lengthy gameplay, means the download will provide 3.5 GB of entertainment.

 

Fort Courage

Description: Bored at school and falling asleep in class you dream up hiding out in a fort deep within a dinosaur jungle, sneaking into a forbidden monster lab, and hacking into a robot factory on the surface of mars! Armed only with your wits and imagination you must defend against waves of relentless enemies. Protect yourself with an arsenal of awesome toy weapons and cool power-ups.

Owners of Tegra devices will enjoy gorgeous details featuring physics-driven particle effects, environmental animations, and richly dense 3D environments for players.

 

Via: TegraZone

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  • thekaz

    Well, at least, from the trailer, it appears Bard’s Tale has the obligatory cleavage, so I’m in…

    • http://ArtisticAbode.com BetterWithRoot

      Good to know they aren’t misleading their customers with bad advertising.

  • azulpiscina

    its good?

    • http://androidandme.com Taylor Wimberly

      I played Fort Courage and it was pretty fun. Didn’t install the massive Bard’s Tale yet. I don’t even think I have room on my Nexus 7.

      • YMS123

        That’s where a micro SD would come in handy, the cloud can’t do everything, at least not yet. I hope future Nexus devices let me use my 32gb card

        • kazahani

          Not for $199.99. I really think they should have offered a model for $20 more that offered an SD slot.

  • DroidRoca

    The picture on Bard’s tale looks like a guy I know lol

  • http://www.focuszonedevelopment.com Homncruse

    Hopefully the controls for Bard’s Tale work out well. I couldn’t play the PC version because I found the controls far too clunky.

    Bard’s Tale is a shining example of how much replay value a game can have when you consider how many re-releases on different platforms it’s gone through.

  1. Well, at least, from the trailer, it appears Bard’s Tale has the obligatory cleavage, so I’m in…

    • I played Fort Courage and it was pretty fun. Didn’t install the massive Bard’s Tale yet. I don’t even think I have room on my Nexus 7.

      • That’s where a micro SD would come in handy, the cloud can’t do everything, at least not yet. I hope future Nexus devices let me use my 32gb card

        • Not for $199.99. I really think they should have offered a model for $20 more that offered an SD slot.

  2. DroidRocaGuest 3 years ago

    The picture on Bard’s tale looks like a guy I know lol

  3. Hopefully the controls for Bard’s Tale work out well. I couldn’t play the PC version because I found the controls far too clunky.

    Bard’s Tale is a shining example of how much replay value a game can have when you consider how many re-releases on different platforms it’s gone through.