Intel’s MWC 2012 Press Conference is just over, with the official Q&A session in full swing at the moment, and here we are with a company that wants to make the most of the situation. Gameloft has announced that their most popular High Definition games will be making their way towards the slew of Intel-powered smartphones and tablets, including the Orange and LAVA handsets. Among the titles that are coming your way include Asphalt 6: Adrenaline, Modern Combat 2: Black Pegasus, and UNO, where they have all been specially optimized to run on Intel architecture. All the above mentioned titles were ported with Google’s Android Native Development Kit (NDK) and will take full advantage of the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator so that your gaming experience on-the-go will never be the same again.
Ludovic Blondel Vice President of OEM at Gameloft, says, “We are pleased to team up with Intel to demonstrate our high performance HD games on new Intel Atom processor-based devices. With the power of Intel processors coming to Android smartphone and tablets, Gameloft plans to tap into the performance and graphics advantages to produce more visually stunning mobile games. In collaboration with Intel, today’s announcement is the first step to producing the best gaming experiences for our players.” [Press Release]
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