Two new games have just hit TegraZone that showcase Tegra 4's processing power, Rochard from Recoil Games and Smash Hit from Mediocre Games. Both games play very well on the NVIDIA Shield gaming device. Here's more info on these two new games on TegraZone:
Rochard, from Recoil Games, was developed for SHIELD and Tegra 4 powered devices. Rochard is an award-winning side-scroller featuring hours of mind-blowing gravity gameplay, puzzle-solving and action.
This PS3 port requires a game controller with Tegra 4 optimizations including DXT5 compressed textures, PCF shadows and multiple pixel lights.
Grab a G-Lifter - your new best friend! Use it to change gravity at will, manipulate the environment, and throw huge crates at your enemies. Join the amazing exploits of astro-miner John Rochard and embark on a gravity-bending journey across the Solar System! Rochard is an award-winning side-scroller featuring hours of mind-blowing gravity gameplay, puzzle-solving and action. Narrated in a humorous cartoony style, Rochard tells a thrilling story of villains, a damsel in distress and a mysterious alien civilization.
Also available now is Smash Hit, from developer Mediocre Games - the same guys who've launched Sprinkle, Sprinkle Islands and Granny Smith for TegraZone. This touch-only game defaults to the highest graphics setting on Tegra 4 devices and plays great on Tegra Note 7.
Take a surreal journey through an otherworldly dimension, move in harmony with sound and music and smash everything in your path! This experience requires focus, concentration, and timing to not only travel as far as you can, but also break the beautiful glass objects that stand in your way.
* Smash your way through a beautiful futuristic dimension, smashing obstacles and targets in your path and experiencing the best destruction physics on mobile devices. * Musically synchronized gameplay: music and audio effects change to suit each stage, obstacles move to each new tune. * Over 50 different rooms with 11 different graphic styles, and realistic glass-breaking mechanics in every stage.