The Future Of Mobile Gaming Has Changed [Video]
Mar 28, 2011 9:00 AM –
If we think back to the launch of the G1, the idea of gaming on an Android was very dismal at best. Graphic support and development was negligent and hasn’t really developed into a competing edge for the platform until this past year. Of course. everyone has had their fair share of Angry Birds and Air Control (two games shown during the introduction before the CTIA Keynote this morning), however this isn’t sufficient enough for the gaming community. You still find users, experts, and your average consumer who haven’t found the availability of games to be up to par. Well folks, the gaming industry on mobile devices have changed. In fact, now that many devices being released this year are sporting dual-core processors including the Samsung Galaxy Tab (8.9 & 10.1) and Motorola Xoom, you will see the gaming experience continue to increase now that we have the hardware to support it.
Take for example the three games I came across at CTIA 2011: Great Battles Medieval, Monster Madness, and Vendetta Online. Let’s take a look at each game:
HISTORY™ Great Battles: Medieval – CTIA 2011
I was unable to find this app on the market. Will update with link once released.
Vendetta Online – CTIA 2011
Download Vendetta Online in the Android Market here
Monster Madness – CTIA 2011
Download Monster Madness in the Android Market here
How do you feel about the future of gaming? Is the addition of dual-core and Tegra 2 processors in upcoming devices enough to make you upgrade?
[Image Credit: IntoMobile]