For whatever particular reason Epic Games has decided to release a new video showing off Epic Citadel on Android but this time on Intel’s Z2580 dual-core Atom processor. Recently release onto Google Play, Epic Citadel is basically an interactive tech demo where users can move around and explore some of the areas in the universe where the Infinity Blade series takes place, this mostly being a castle and the town inside the walls of said castle.
Tag: Unreal Engine 3
We’ve talked numerous times in the past how Epic and their games division have not released, nor ever had plans to release, anything on Google Play. It’s been a topic of conversation here on the site plenty of times and how we have always felt that it is stupid that they don’t release anything for Android, only iOS. So imagine our surprise when we got a tip saying that Epic Citadel was now available on Google Play.
Last week we reported on Gameloft announcing their first Unreal Engine 3 built game, along with some art to tease everyone with. Thanks to an anonymous tip, we now have new information about this game or at least what it could very well be called. Let us jump into it shall we?
Gameloft just informed us about their first Unreal Engine 3 made game, something we talked about was going to happen awhile ago and now it seems to be coming along nicely. In total, Gameloft is supposed to have 4-5 Unreal Engine 3 developed games and now we get to take a quick look at the first one.
A new game has just appeared on nVidia’s Tegra Zone called The Dark Meadow. Developed by Phosphor Games Studios, this upcoming game is a rather dark, thriller type of single-player FPS title which is being built using Unreal Engine 3 and will be available for Android devices sporting a Tegra chipset.
Well here is some news that could very well be of great interest to use Android users who also enjoy playing games. Adobe and Epic have teamed up and announced that the Unreal Engine 3 will now support the new Flash 11 from Adobe. Could we see Unreal Flash games on Android soon?
Etheria was once a land of living legends. Long ago, brave warriors across the realm stood together against an immortal evil known as “the old ones”. In the wake of this struggle, the champions locked away the power of the old ones inside Eternia crystals. These crystal are what you must protect in Dungeon Defenders: First Wave.
Monster Madness has been one of the games we’ve really been waiting for to be released onto the Android Market. Finally the wait is over and all you lucky people with a Tegra 2 device already are going to be happy. Monster Madness, made with Unreal Engine 3, is a top-down shooter where you will be blasting away at a variety of monsters.
Just in case you are still wondering if the LG Optimus 2X is going to be the slick Tegra 2 Android phone everyone is claiming it to be or in case you still have reservations on Unreal Engine 3 on Android devices even though there are numerous games coming soon made with it, here is a video of the LG Optimus 2X and Epic Citadel.
Two days ago I posted about the iOS game developed by Chair Entertainment which used Unreal Engine 3. Even though this game is for the iOS it gives us a glimpse as to what we could expect to see when games start coming out for the Android platform using Unreal Engine 3. Well today the official trailer for the game was unveiled, begin drooling.