Tegra Takes Gaming Action By The 'Horn'
http://5601-blogs-nvidia-com.voxcdn....screenshot.jpgUnreal Engine 3 (UE3), Epic Games' renowned game engine, is going mobile. And the charge is being led by Horn, Phosphor Games' new third-person action adventure game.
Starting today, devices powered by NVIDIA Tegra 3 and Tegra 2 processors can find Horn in TegraZone and the Google Play store.
http://5601-blogs-nvidia-com.voxcdn....-2-300x169.jpgStunning action in Horn.
Google unveiled Horn running on its Tegra 3-powered Nexus 7 tablet at the Google I/O 2012 keynote address back in June. Mobile gamers everywhere were stunned by the UE3-powered graphics and dynamic, open-world gameplay. Since then, buzz surrounding the game has only grown.
In Horn, you play as a young blacksmith's apprentice, exploring a beautiful game-world unlike any seen before on a mobile device.
It's filled with scenic vistas, huge waterfalls, heart-stopping monsters and epic boss fights ' all of which can be explored in an open world. You'll be walking, jumping, crawling and even grapple-hooking your way around using intuitive touch gestures that were meticulously tuned to feel 'just right.'
Horn takes mobile gaming to a whole new level, while delivering an epic 10+ hours of gameplay experience that gamers of all stripes will enjoy.
http://5601-blogs-nvidia-com.voxcdn....on-300x169.jpgScenes from Horn with and without
But Phosphor Games didn't just create one of the most visually stunning games ever seen on a mobile device. They've also endowed Horn with numerous enhancements that take advantage of Tegra 3's unique 4-PLUS-1 quad-core architecture.
For example, Tegra 3 devices will enjoy cloth simulation, advanced particle effects and a more dynamic and interactive world that has all the attributes of a AAA console title.
This is what the cutting-edge of mobile gaming looks like. Check it out today in TegraZone!
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