Bohemia Interactive recently released Arma: Tactics onto Android for Tegra 3 and Tegra 4 devices during the launch of Nvidia's Shield handheld gaming system recently. Well the company has finally decided to drop the Tegra exclusivity now and the game is available for non-Tegra Android tablets.
Papers, Please is an interesting sim game that was recently released for PC and has since gained a cult following which continues to grow. The developer of the game, Lucas Pope, is also planning to bring the bureaucratic sim over to Android and iOS tablets as well. While the Android version won't have a problem with being released onto Google Play, the developer is weary about Apple's approval policies and isn't sure the game will get approved for iOS devices.
You may remember us talking about the Android version of Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition and its development being put on hold due to contractual conflicts that had arisen. The iOS version was also pulled from the App Store for the same reason. It seems as though an agreement has been reached, something we weren't sure was actually going to happen, and the iOS version is back on the App Store which could indicate that the Android version is also back in development.
If you follow the news about upcoming or rumored Android devices then you are probably already aware that Nvidia is rumored to be making their own Android tablets. The tablets, which are apparently named Tegra Tab, are also rumored to have both a 7" version as well as a 10" size. Well it seems as though one of the rumored tablets isn't that much of a rumor anymore as it appears to have been benchmarked.