First Tegra 2-optimized games land in the Android Market, have the TDH suffix

First Tegra 2-optimized games land in the Android Market, have the TDH suffix
The first Tegra 2-optimized games landed in the Android Market, and are now available for all these lucky guys who already have the Motorola XOOM, the LG Optimus 2X and the ViewSonic ViewPad 10 (thanks, vegantab) among other Tegra 2-powered devices.

Most people agree that one of the best things that the dual-core (and soon the quad-core) processors will bring is amazing game experience on mobile devices, and the first Tegra games which are optimized for such use are Fruit Ninja TDH (costs $3.03), Backbreaker THD ($4.99), Samurai II: Vengeance THD ($4.81) and Dungeon Defenders: FW Deluxe ($4.99).

Fruit Ninja TDH and Backbreaker THD are set to offer improved gameplay and graphics compared to their TDH-less versions, while the TDH version of Dungeon Defender has Tegra-exclusive missions, enemies, bosses, pets and weapons.

So far the only commercially launched devices running Tegra 2 processor are the recently released Motorola XOOM, LG Optimus 2X and ViewSonic ViewPad 10, but more are coming soon.

Also, it seems all games which are Tegra-optimized will have the THD suffix, so we better get used to it.

source: via IntoMobile



4. hjr954 unregistered

isn't the motorola atrix tegra 2 powered?

3. gtablet unregistered

Yup, it's the Viewsonic G-tablet that has the Tegra 2 processor. You also have the Advent Vega and Malata Zpad which are essentially cousins of the G-tablet.

5. gtablet unregistered

correction. Viewsonic Viewpad 10s is also tegra 2 powered but I'm not sure if it's out yet.

2. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

the Dell Streak 7 tablet also has the dual core Tegra2 processor and has been availible on tmobile for over a month. OI.

1. vegantab unregistered

If I'm not mistaken, I believe the first commercially available device with the Tegra 2 processor was the Viewsonic G-Tablet launched Q4 2010.

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