Performance gaming goes mobile with five new Nvidia Tegra 3 Games (Video)
Five new games capable of running on Nvidia Tegra 3 chipsets have been released. Tegra 3, with four performance processing cores, in addition to its fifth battery saver core, and a 12-core GeForce GPU, is putting console games on notice.
The following games are now available for download on the platforms
In its mobile gaming debut, Golden Arrow brings big-action, hack-and-slash gameplay to your Tegra-powered smartphone or tablet. It features higher-resolution textures, high dynamic range lighting, soft shadows and is filled with lens flares, explosions and fires galore.
Dark Kingdom THD
The classic Dark Kingdom role-playing gaming title has gone mobile. In Dark Kingdom, you play the hero of the nation and find the whereabouts of the missing father at the tower of gods. You collect spirit stones and rune stones to upgrade weapons, armory and skills.
Along your journey, you’ll find yourself immersed in a world of higher-polygon models, dynamic shadows, dynamic lighting and even rag-doll physics.
Eden to GREEEEN THD
Just because a game is free doesn’t mean it should skimp on the gaming experience. Eden to GREEEEN THD is hitting the “freemium” gaming scene with high-quality textures, quad-core scaling and more detailed models – all built on the Unreal Engine.
In the game, alien machines from another planet have come to swipe Eden’s natural resources. They’ve all but destroyed the beautiful setting, and only a handful of flora still survive. Euphoria, the natural energy of Eden needed for life to survive is dwindling fast.
Hamilton’s Great Adventure THD
The epic strategy/puzzle game Hamilton’s Great Adventure has you tackling daring, new levels with your trusty sidekick, Sasha the bird. You’ll be navigating fully dynamic levels that rival what you’d experience on the PC version of the game.
Hamilton’s Great Adventure has been adapted from Bitsquid’s DirectX 11 engine with Tegra 3 optimizations and quad-core scaling.
Sonic 4: Episode II
Sonic makes his triumphant return in Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode II via a Tegra 3-enhanced edition that puts nearly all of the console graphics right into the palm of your hand. Remember playing Sonic 1, 2 and 3 on your original Sega Genesis console? Remember how addicted you became to the fast-paced action of collecting all those rings and beating Dr. Eggman at the end of every Zone?