A new section of the Google Play Store titled “Games You Can Feel” has brought together several games that now support haptic feedback to one place on the storefront. So if you like vibrations in your hands, Google can hook you up.
Haptic feedback is a touchscreen technology that allows users, or in this case, touchers, to feel certain textures. The company behind the Android integration of the technology, Immersion, has worked with several developers to include the new experience in games. It works through a series of vibrations using your devices built-in motors, that are able to emulate the feeling of objects and even weather, like rain.
There are a total of 15 games available in the new section, including popular titles like Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Angry Birds: Friends, and Trials Frontier.
Website Referenced: Google Play