Google Play, and it's quite amazing. Though this game is a blast and works with multiple high-powered Android smartphones and tablets, those with a Tegra 3 device will really enjoy all that Marvel has to offer. Below we have some screenshots and video so you know what to expect from this awesome $4.99 game.
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Angry Birds Star Wars isn't quite your thing. It's called Expendable: Rearmed and brings the 90's classic arcade shooter straight to our favorite Android smartphones and tablets. The popular Dreamcast game has been developed by Retrobomb Studios for Android, has great graphics, and is available today.
NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core device, we've got some good news for you. The new games, called Zombie Driver THD, has made its way to Google Play, and it looks like a solid game. It's developed by Exor Studios, and they describe the game as having "massive amounts of zombie carnage and unprecedented destruction effects." Clearly, it is being aimed at pushing the Tegra processor to its limits.
NVIDIA Tegra 3 powered smartphones or tablets, like the Nexus 7, we have a few new awesome games to share with you. In collaboration with NVIDIA two new games have just arrived on the Google Play Store and NVIDIA TegraZone exclusively for Tegra devices. Both options will cost a few dollars but Razor Salvation sure looks exciting. Check them out below.
Shadowgun, then we have some awesome news for you this afternoon. The folks from Madfinger Games have finally released their highly anticipated DeadZone multiplayer game to the Google Play Store. It's free for now, and is a limited beta available to NVIDIA Tegra 3 devices only.
NVIDIA have continued to push the gaming front with not only their high powered Tegra 2 and quad-core Tegra 3 devices, but with the TegraZone app center. Today they've proudly passed 5 million downloads.
Nexus 7 with that powerful NVIDIA quad-core processor and all those HD games but sometimes wish they had an easy way to use a game controller? There's a few different gamepads available and Archos has their own idea in mind, but the folks from Instructables have made this awesome homemade gamepad controller and stand using a PS3/Xbox controller -- and it is awesome.
we've talked about this interesting Android-powered gaming device but today we learned some important details. The WikiPad 10-inch tablet has been a mixed bag of feelings for us but the gaming tablet will finally see store shelves next month. They've announced pre-orders are available now and it will be shipping in October.