ShadowGun, today you'll be happy to know the multiplayer has officially left beta. ShadowGun: DeadZone multiplayer for Android is now not only free, but available to everyone and supports almost all newer devices. Just as expected today it has left beta and is in the Google Play Store.
MadFinger Games popular shooter game for Android and iOS, Shadowgun, is finally read for the big stage. The games been a huge success and lately they've been running a limited beta for the new ShadowGun: DeadZone multiplayer. Today they've announced they'll be shooting and blasting their way out of beta and become official in a few weeks.
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.
Shadowgun and Dead Trigger have been teasing their new Shadowgun: Deadzone multiplayer for far too long. Today, however, we've learned that the awesome shooter classic has reached the final beta stages and is currently in testing.
MadFinger Games comes the next epic shooter for Android -- Dead Trigger. Following in Shadowgun's impressive footsteps this game delivers on more than just graphics. Lets take a look.
MadFinger Games has just announced their all new first person zombie shooter that will surely be one of the best mobile games this summer. Partnered again with NVIDIA they've just announced Dead Trigger THD coming soon to NVIDIA's Tegra Zone and the Google Play Store. Read on after the break for more details and a quick video.
ASUS Transformer Prime and that beastly quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor then I have some great news for you. One of the best shooter games available for Android called SHADOWGUN has just been updated with Transformer Prime and Tegra 3 support -- making it have by far some truly stunning graphics.
SlashGear took his shiny new Nexus on a gaming bender, trying out two high-profile 3D games that are quickly becoming the standard for Android graphics: third-person shooter ShadowGun and jet ski racer Riptide GP.
recently reviewed and loved, is apparently set to receive some multiplayer action from the awesome developer MadFinger Games. Being able to play this graphic intensive and awesome game on my NVIDIA Tegra 2 tablet as a multiplayer game would truly be awesome and I can't wait to see what they have in store.