Unity3D continues to make news it seems and this week is no exception. In the midst of giving away 500 free Nexus One phone to the first 500 pre-sale orders of Unity Pro for Android, another announcement was made today regarding even more free phones. Unity3D is really pushing their support of Android but to get these phones you have to be a school.
Tag: Nexus One
Unity3D recently announced that pre-sales are going on for their Android version of their great 3D engine. Game developers who are still on the border as to whether or not they want to make the jump to Android or, if you already are developing for Android making the jump to Unity 3D, have a little more incentive now. Unity3D will give the first 500 Unity Pro for Android pre-sale orders a free Nexus One.
It seems as though noted emulator guru ZodTTD has teamed up with Yonghz (Android emulator guru) and are currently working on a Playstation emulator for Android phones. Yes, a playstation emulator. This means all those games you loved to play when the Playstation was the best there was out you can now play on your Android phone. FFVII anyone?
So you are one of the lucky people to have gotten Froyo onto your Nexus One, downloaded Flash 10.1 Beta and want to check out flash gaming through your Android browser but when it comes time to go to any specific site, you are left wondering if it’s compatible. Have no fear, Droid Gamers is here to help you with a list of sites supporting flash Android gaming.
With the recent news surfacing about Android 2.2 (Froyo) already being tested live, thanks to some statistics posted by Taylor over at Android and Me, the question for all us game fans that arises is pretty obvious: What does this mean for gaming with Android devices? This is a good question especially since the recent update to the Android NDK.
For anyone who knows me, they know I talk to a lot of people over at Google about various things when it comes to Android. I’ve been working with them on a project and until now I haven’t been able to say a word about it. Well the project is finally done and we here at Droid Gamers are proud to announce the Droid Gamers edition of the Nexus One on sale now.
The developer of Blastosis: Invasion, Siliconis Games, sent me a nice little email to tell me about his game being released onto the Android market. So off I went to go download it and give it a whirl. Blastosis: Invasion is a space shooter game where your fly your ship around shooting everything that comes at you and gain power-ups along the way while enjoying some great graphics.