Android gaming

OUYA and MakerBot partnership will allow for DIY 3D case printing

If you were one of the many backers of the OUYA game system, or are still planning to make a purchase once the console comes available in retail outlets -- you may be interested in this latest partnership. The folks at OUYA have partnered with MakerBot and are offering plans that will allow users to have their own 3D console case printed.

Playphone Games Portal coming to Verizon Android devices in Q2

Those rocking an Android device with Verizon Wireless will soon have another app store of sorts. This latest will be a gaming portal and it comes as a result of a partnership between Verizon Wireless and Playphone. Basically, this sounds like something those searching for games may be interested in. Of course, the companies are touting perks for developers as well as the users.

Archos GamePad now available in the US

Despite an availability that was originally expected for February, the Archos GamePad is now available for those in the US. The Android running handheld game system is available by way of several retailers and has arrived at an expected price. The GamePad can be found with Amazon and for those looking for alternatives, it is also listed on Google Shopper.

NVIDIA shows Riptide GP 2 on Project SHIELD

In keeping with the weekly Project SHIELD game teasers, NVIDIA is this time showing Riptide GP 2 from the folks at Vector Unit. The release of Riptide GP 2 will arrive as a sequel to the original Riptide GP, however as we have already seen with other Project SHIELD games -- it will come with some Tegra 4 related enhancements. In fact, as compared to the original release, NVIDIA has said that Riptide GP 2 will make an "even bigger splash."

OUYA store accepting game submissions ahead of March 28 console shipments

Some good news for those awaiting delivery of an OUYA game console -- games will be ready and available when your shipment arrives later in the month. While this is good news for the end user, it also means that there is some work to be done by the developers. Basically, the OUYA team has officially put out the call and they are looking for developers to begin submitting games.

Rovio shares The Croods game trailer, this time with gameplay footage

Rovio shared a teaser for their upcoming release of The Croods earlier in the month, however the catch was that the teaser contained almost nothing in terms of actual gameplay footage. Simply put, it seemed more like an advertisement for the movie as opposed to a game trailer. On that note, Rovio has since returned with another teaser, and yes, this one contains some actual gameplay footage.

Rovio shares The Croods game trailer ahead of March 14 launch

Rovio has shared the teaser for their upcoming game release. The game is based on an upcoming movie from DreamWorks Animation Studio and is called The Croods. Rovio and DreamWorks will be releasing the game on March 14, which comes one week ahead of the movie release. The Croods movie will make its way into theaters on March 22.

NVIDIA shows Burn Zombie Burn on Project SHIELD

NVIDIA has returned with another game title that will be released for Project SHIELD. This latest demo is coming out of Mobile World Congress and is showing a game that was formerly available only on the PS3. That game is Burn Zombie Burn and it comes by way of Tick Tock Games. And as we have seen with the other Project SHIELD game teasers -- this one will also be optimized for the Tegra 4 processor.

OUYA Kickstarter shipments will begin on March 28

Some good news has arrived for those who backed the OUYA game console on Kickstarter, a shipping date has been set. Granted, it would have been much nicer to say those were beginning now, but lets focus on the positive -- a date has been set. The folks at OUYA have announced that the Kickstarter shipments will begin in just about a months time, on March 28. In addition to that date, they have also been talking games.
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