NVIDIA debuts 4 Tegra 3 games at MWC, sure to keep you occupied


We have already seen a great game being announced this Mobile World Congress, coming from NVIDIA. If you have seen our hands-on of Sonic 4 Episode 2, you will know that it looks like a great addition to the Tegra game collection. The Hedgehog is not coming alone, though, as there are 4 other games NVIDIA has coming for us.

The new game titles include Golden Arrow THD, Dark Kingdom THD, Eden to GREEEEN THD and Hamilton’s Great Adventure THD. So if you have been waiting to flex your Tegra 3 muscles some more, this flurry of games should keep you busy for quite some time.

Let’s wait to see when these awesome games hit the Tegra Zone market. But for now, you can take a peek at the images and videos below.

Golden Arrow THD

This game is enriched by the power of Tegra 3, with high-resolution effects, great dynamics in lighting and shadows, as well as immersive visuals. Users can beat each other up with a variety of weapons, as it features muti-player gaming, as well as solo mode.

Dark Kingdom THD

If you are a fan of RPG games (like me) you will probably enjoy Dark Kingdom. In this game, users will roam the lands in search of your lost father. Gaining experience and becoming stronger is part of the deal, all with the help of some great graphics and “rag-doll” physics.


This one happens to be a free game, so you might want to save this one for the end of the month. The game is also featuring great graphics and effects, though.

The story revolves around alien robots that have come to take Eden’s resources. Much like Plants vs. Zombies, you have to fight back with the aid of some furious plants.

Hamilton’s Great Adventure

This PC game has been modified to work with Tegra 3’s 4 cores. You go through puzzle maps aided by a flying sidekick – Sasha the bird. Check out the video below to see more details.

[Source: NVIDIA Via: Android Central]

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  1. Is there really no way a Snapdragon S4 cannot play these games? Are NVIDIA claiming that their chip is that superior? I understand needing a specific Android version to play a game or run an app but NVIDIA is using artificial means to fragment Android gaming! (Which isn’t illegal or anything but very annoying…)

    1. I wouldn’t put it past them. They tried the same thing with PhysX on PC gaming.

    2. I don’t think it’s a question of the Snapdragon being able to play them… it’s whether developers will write code that is optimized for a different SoC. Unless Android goes the way of windows with drivers and APIs, this type of thing will continue to exist.

  2. Nice this doesn’t look good for iOS because games is probably the last frontier where iOS still dominates. Although the screens are mostly too tiny 3.5″ cute.

  3. After using my Vita cell phone gaming sucks..

    1.  im glad im not the only one
      i got rid of most games on my phone
      not with it anymore
      ps vita is amazing

    2. I was thinking the same thing. Graphics on smartphones can improve as much as you want, but gaming controls will always suck unless a proper controller is introduced.
      Ps Vita rocks, Android games suck. In a way. If you’re not a casual gamer.
      When will be getting a REAL best-seller (not a platform or a puzzle game) on a mobile device?

  4. Will these work on tegra 2

  5. Actually if you’re a ‘real gamer’ you game on the PC. I find it hilarious that anyone try to claim the ‘real gamer’ title using the Vita.

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