The Acer ICONIA A510, HTC One X and Asus Transformer Prime have one thing in common, they all run on Tegra 3 quad-core processor of NVIDIA. The following are five games that are perfect for NVIDIA's hardware and will certainly maximize the gaming experience of the users of these devices.
First, SHADOWGUN has an optimized version of the Tegra 3. The stunning game has water of console-quality as well as improved physics on rag-doll and shaders. It also has particle effects and vibrant textures. When playing SHADOWGUN, the user plays John Slade's role, which is the most notorious bounty hunter, and must capture Dr. Edgar Simon.
Second, in Meltdown on Mars THD, users become the final survivor on Mars and they battle with a mass of aliens. The player should deliberately get rid of the aliens with cunning, then receive money in order to purchase and install an assortment of weapons, shield and barricades. Meltdown on Mars THD can be downloaded from Google Play Store.
Third, Dark Kingdom THD is another game optimized for the Tegra 3 processor and is anticipated to be released this year. The game showcases incredibly high quality and realistic graphics. In addition, Dark Kingdom makes use of the PhysX technology of NVIDIA for the almost accurate, lifelike effects.
Fourth, Riptide is one the games to have for those who are racing fans. Because of the Tegra 3 processor, the developer was able to include normal-mapped waves with high detail, water splashes that are highly accurate and an impressive motion blur effect. The game has 3 modes which are Race, Championship and Hot Lap all of which can be played through Bluetooth, USB gamepad, and Leaderboard.
Fifth, Hamilton's Great Adventure is originally a PC game which was optimized to be a tablet game, and it is anticipated to be released this year. The player should find the way through puzzle maps while being assisted by Sasha, a flying sidekick. Moreover, the game can be played in more than 60 levels and in four different environments.