NVIDIA has already established their Tegra processor as the leading platform for Android games with their Tegra Zone program, and now the company wants to let you know that apps can also benefit from their unique 4-PLUS-1 architecture.
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This week at Mobile World Congress NVIDIA’s partners announced a ton of new Tegra 3 devices, but the big focus was on mobile games and other experiences that Tegra delivers. Last night we had the opportunity to attend an NVIDIA party where we got some hands-on time with several upcoming games headed to Tegra Zone.
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With the wave of upcoming Tegra 3 devices about to be announced later this month, we felt it was a good time to preview a couple of upcoming games for Tegra Zone. NVIDIA’s showcase app has racked up a couple million installs since it launched last year and it now boasts close ... Read More »
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Madfinger Games has just released an expansion pack to their hit game Shadowgun. The new update, dubbed The Leftover, picks right up where the original left off and adds four new levels in addition to a lot of other goodies.
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 ... Read More »
With the recent official announcement of the quad-core Tegra 3 chipset making its way to Android devices soon, there were also a ton of games mentioned in the press release that a lot of people probably aren’t familiar with. Right now there are over 15+ Tegra 3 games under development and 40+ Tegra Zone games will be available ... Read More »
Are you ready for the upcoming wave of next-generation Android devices? After many months of waiting, NVIDIA has officially announced their Tegra 3 processor, previously known as Project Kal-El. We first learned of this quad-core beast back in February and were expecting devices by summer, but unknown delays pushed that back to the ... Read More »
After six months of waiting, does Shadowgun live up to the hype? We have been eagerly anticipating this game ever since it was announced for Android and today it is finally live in the Android Market for $4.99. Check out our mini-review of the game and find out if it’s worth your money. ... Read More »
How do you measure success in the mobile application processor business? NVIDIA recently revealed that their Tegra 2 processor accounts for 70% of the non-iPad tablet market, but it cost them $2 billion dollars to get there and Android tablets haven’t been exactly flying off the shelves yet (until recently).
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Are you ready for the next wave of high-end Android games? Recent releases like N.O.V.A. 2 and 9mm have raised the bar on what we expect, but new hardware from NVIDIA, Samsung, and Qualcomm will finally be able to deliver those PS3 graphics we talked about years ago. We are ... Read More »