Gameloft has been working on adding more devices to their list of supported Android phones and tablets regarding their games. The newest one appears to be the dual-core Droid X2 which should make a lot of Droid X2 owners happy now that they can play Gameloft games... well almost.
IndieCade has announced that it has teamed up with LG for a new event at the conference for indie developers interested in developing games that are glasses-free 3D enabled for the LG Thrill 4G. This would also apply to other devices that handle glasses-free 3D as well.
We got this interesting little tip yesterday about a new product by Phonejoy. While they had originally released this product without the dual-analog sticks they have since remodeled, improved and built upon their first product. Now their game controller for Android is a complete set of control you will be familiar with.
PopCap Games has announced a partnership with Sony Ericsson which will see Chuzzle, Peggle and Plants vs Zombies come pre-installed on the Xperia Mini and the Xperia Mini Pro Android devices. This means that European owners of these devices will be the first to actually get PopCap games to play.
Interesting little bit of information we stumbled upon while surfing the web for more great Android gaming news. This will make the LG Optimus 3D phone a lot more enticing for those gamers out there wanting to play games in 3D. Soon, the Optimus 3D will be able to convert 2D games into 3D ones. Thanks to Android 2.3 in October.
Gameloft has officially added support for another Android device, this time being the Droid Charge. Gameloft has taken their time when it comes to adding more devices to their list but it is good to see at least one new one has finally made the cut for being supported.
One device we are interested in playing with and enjoying is the upcoming Android gaming console called the EVo 2. Developed by a company called Envisions, this will be a home gaming console like the Xbox 360 or PS3 but will run Android as it's operating system.
Envision has been making some news lately with the recent announcement of the EVO 2, a console gaming system that will be running the Android OS. Well Envisions has just launched their GameBox service today and are offering free units to initial subscribers of the service.
A little birdy just flew by and whispered a little something in my ear regarding the Atrix 4G. If you are on AT&T and it is time to renew your contract or if you are thinking about jumping onto AT&T, now is a great time to do it. You can pick up a dual-core Atrix 4G for $99 now!
OnLive has slowly been making moves to invade the Android gaming arena with it's game streaming service. Yesterday during Uplinq 2011, they announced the Universal Wireless Controller. With this, you can play any of their games on any device that supports OnLive which includes Android tablets and phones.
One feature that is missing from the Xperia Play is an HDMI port which we have always found to be somewhat of an interest item to be missing. Considering that the Xperia Play is essentially a game controller with a small screen, one would think the ability to stream games to the big screen via HDMI would have been included.