It seems Gameloft is truly impressed with how Google is improving the Android Market, so much so that when we reported on Modern Combat 2: Black Pegasus hitting the market, the rumor was that the next game would be Asphalt 6. Well that has come true as well as it is now available on the market.
The most anticipated Asphalt 6: Adrenaline is finally here. This game was set to improve on every aspect of the previous game in the series, with rumors of the game not fully being tested by Gameloft before release; does the latest addition to the fast paced racing game series deliver where it counts? Well let’s find out.
For all of you who have been waiting for Asphalt 6 to be released for Android ever since we posted our little hands-on video of the game from CES 2011, the wait is finally over. Asphalt 6 is the latest installment into the Asphalt series of games from Gameloft and sports some new goodies for you to enjoy.
All you Gameloft fans out there who are planning on nabbing an LG Optimus 3D Android phone have some good news coming your way. Gameloft has already started working on making 3D version of some of their games already for you to play on the Optimus 3D (and possibly future 3D Android devices as well).
It’s starting to look like Asphalt 6 is gearing up for release onto Android. Why do we say this? It seems as though Gameloft is doing their usual habit of slowly leaking out purchase pages and whatnot to test them out before they release the game associated with that page. Asphalt 6 is starting to make an appearance now.
This Acer prototype tablet just keeps popping up everywhere it seems at CES regardless of what booth we go to. Don’t get me wrong, I love playing with it, especially when it concerns 3D games. Snooping around the Verizon booth we spotted it again and once taking a closer look at it, we spotted the Asphalt 6 icon.
Gameloft’s release of 11 HD 3D games for higher end Android phones wasn’t as smooth as they probably wanted it to be. Between the DRM Policy that had to be changed because you were not allowed to re-download games you’ve purchased, some of the games not working properly on phones at release time and none submitted to Android market, it was a rough ride.