Playing games has provided a rich source of entertainment for many years as people of all ages and gender across the world continue to enjoy immersing themselves in a virtual world. The traditional concept of gamers playing video-based titles on their console continues to dominate the gaming industry, with millions of people enjoying titles across a plethora of genres on their Xbox or PlayStation. However, the technological boom which arrived at the beginning of the 21st Century revolutionized the industry and created a new way for gamers to extend their passion for gaming via their mobile phone and tablet.
While rummaging around the convention center looking for all the Android gaming goodies we went and had a meeting with MHL who we are sure most people are familiar with if you connect your phone to your TV for game playing. If not, we will go over what MHL is a little bit here but the really interesting thing is that they had the Green Throttle controller and game system (currently in beta) available for trying out.
While checking out the LG booth at CES 2013 and checking out some of the mobile devices on display there we happened to spot two new games that are currently not available right now on Google Play. These two games are called Rooms 2 and Defense Technical and happen to look quite good.
A few days ago, we mentioned Riptide GP 2 as one of the upcoming Tegra 4 games that should be arriving in the coming months. Well, now Vector Unit has taken to their Facebook page to officially announce the game, which will be available to all Android devices (not just Tegra 4 ones) sometime during the summer of 2013.