Thursday, January 28, 2010

Inspiration: 50 Android games in one video..


- homerunbattle 3d
- speed forge 3d
- radiant
- flight director
- Zen Table Tennis
- tank ace 1944
- sky force
- Shoot U!
- Armageddon Squadron
- Light Racer 3D
- gang wars
- Wave Blazer
- death ride
- head to head racing
- avatar
- Farm Frenzy
- light racer
- Family Guy Uncensored
- super boom boom
- toonwarz
- air hockey
- meteor
- what the doodle!?
- Raging Thunder
- the settlers
- lightup
- the game of life
- military madness
- bebbled
- jump santa jump
- diner dash
- brain challenge
- assassins creed
- space physics
- million dollar poker
- derek jeter 2009
- armored strike
- robo defense
- guitar hero
- air attack
- wpt texas hold'em
- de Blob
- papastacker
- spades
- spore
- tennis slam
- Iron Sight
- tower bloxx
- mechanics touch
- TightRope Hero
- flying aces

Game Developers Conference 2010 organizers have announced that they are working together with Google "to celebrate and inspire the mobile and independent game development communities" by offering free Nexus One and Verizon Droid by Motorola phones to select attendees.

The newly announced offer, part of Google's outreach into the mobile phone space as it expands use of its Android operating system, is open to qualifying developers who register to attend GDC 2010 by February 4th, 2010.

The Game Developers Conference, as the world’s largest professional-only game developer event, has been at the center of the industry’s discussions on these topics.

It serves as home to major Summits such as the GDC Mobile/Handheld Summit and the Independent Games Summit, as well as the IGF Mobile competition to award handheld game innovation.

In recent years, the smartphone has become one of the most widespread and widely-used game platforms, and has proven particularly suited to independent developers experimenting with new and unusual gameplay.

As an official statement on the tie-in notes: "This makes conference attendees great potential developers of new content for phones using the Android operating system." Alongside the announcement, Google's Eric Chu has posted about Android's GDC 2010 presence on the official Android Developers weblog.

"At the GDC, we are constantly looking for ways to help the game development community learn and thrive. The mobile and independent game spaces having been providing so many of those opportunities for years now," said Meggan Scavio, event director of the Game Developers Conference. "We are so appreciative that we can better reach those goals by actually putting a new opportunity – Android-powered devices – into the hands of our attendees."

Early Bird rates for GDC 2010 end February 4. For more information about the 2010 Game Developers Conference, including the eight summits and the Android phone promotion, please visit the official Game Developers Conference website.

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