Shadowgun announced for Tablets and Smartphones and looks ‘F’ amazing

By on May 25, 2011

Madfinger Games announced today a new third person action game for Tablets and Smartphones. The game is called Shadowgun and looks mind-blowing. Madfinger claims that they have created the most advanced handheld game in the market and from what we’ve seen so far, we have to agree with them. And on top of that, Shadowgun will support Android mobile devices powered by the NVIDIA Tegra super chip. If you thought that Infinity Blade looked great, wait till you see the game’s version that is powered by the Tegra chip.

According to the company’s press release, Shadowgun will combine tactical combat with third person action. Players will take the role of John Slade, a professional bounty hunter in the year 2350, as he tries to hunt down Dr. Edgar Simon. We should note that the story has been written by Micah Nathan, so it should be quite interesting (for a handheld game).

Brett Seyler, General Manager of Union said:

SHADOWGUN is possibly the the best expression of quality production achievable on mobile devices and a great indicator of what consumers can expect from future mobile games. We’re very proud to see this kind of creative product created with Unity and excited to offer it to our partners through our Union distribution service.”

Ashu Rege, Vice President of Game Content and Technology at NVIDIA added:

SHADOWGUN shows off the console-quality experience that Tegra is bringing to Android devices. We’re especially excited that Madfinger is creating a special version of SHADOWGUN that’s optimized for multi-core processors and will take advantage of the processing and graphics power of Project Kal-El.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

About David Scarpitta

I am a critical guy, and love to review and give my professional opinion on just about anything. Though have a love for tech/gaming and music alongside the cinema. You can catch me consulting and developing the net any day of the week.



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