Gameloft has the best lineup of 3D games for Android, but most people don’t know it because they have decided not to sell them in the official Android Market. Instead users must purchase them from the Gameloft Store, which has been a major pain in the past.
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What good are glasses-free 3D displays without some games to show them off? Japanese publisher Capcom just announced they are turning several of their popular franchises into 3D Android games, which include Mega Man, Ghosts ‘n Goblins: Gold Knights, and Resident Evil: Degeneration.
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Reading over the comments across the site, it sounds like the Sprint EVO 4G could be the first Android phone purchased by a lot of people (on Sprint). Since there are a lot of new potential Android owners out there, we wanted to cover all the basics of Android and show you everything ... Read More »
Remember those 10 awesome 3D games that Gameloft released last week? Several did not work or failed to download, but Gameloft informed us the titles were accidentally published early and would be fixed over the weekend.
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Gameloft first demonstrated what they could do on Android with their hit racer Asphalt 5 and now the company is back with a full stable of 3D games. Android fans can now enjoy envy 10 new titles, which many iPhone/iPod users might recognize.
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I have a need, a need for more high quality 3D games on my Android phone and it looks like EA is set to deliver just that with Need for Speed Shift hitting the Android Market on June 4th to coincide with the launch of the Sprint Evo 4G.
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Applications targeting Android 2.x can now directly access OpenGL ES 2.0 features.