Sprinkle, an incredibly fun and well designed physics-based game, has just landed on Android Market with a FREE version having limited levels. Whereas only Tegra-based devices with an NVIDIA processor could download and enjoy the game, now all phones running Android 2.3+ can get Sprinkle directly through Android Market for $1.99. Even better, you get a bunch of levels to play in the free version, sure to get you addicted, and then you’ll inevitably buy the full game.
When NVIDIA Tegra 3 devices launch, and if you’re lucky enough to snag one, the graphics will be improved to provide additional special effects, better lighting/shading, more realistic water and fire, and more. We look forward to seeing that on the ASUS Transformer Prime and hopefully tons of other devices at CES and MWC.
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