Five Tegra 3 games debut at E3 2012

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Five Tegra 3 games debut at E3 2012
Each year we witness companies and developers reinventing games and consoles by focussing on better graphics and gameplay at E3. This wouldn't be possible without the aid of GPU manufacturers. One such company is NVIDIA, which for the first time, showcased five new mobile gaming titles to E3 this year. Here's a look at the games which make use of NVIDIA's Tegra 3 quad-core processor.

1. Dead Trigger

Shadowgun developer Madfinger Games unveiled its next game title Dead Trigger, which is another first person shooter. If you thought the zombie apocalypse ends with ZombieU, think again. Dead Trigger is all about meat eating zombies unleashed upon you. Players can choose to kill enemies using a laser amputator and a blade chopper amongst other non-traditional weapons. Exclusive effects like enhanced water, specular lighting, volumetric fog and ragdoll physics add greater excitement to the game. Dead Trigger will also be out later this month for iOS devices.

2. Puddle THD

The title, which is already available for the Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network, involves intuitive game mechanics. Players need to guide the water through a maze to a specific location using tilt controls. It heavily relies on physics, enhanced through the Tegra 3 processor with higher resolution textures, shadow and advanced fluid effects.

3. Demon's Score THD

The third title is a break beat action game where players kill enemies according to the music beat playing in the background as they appear on three targets on the screen. The game utilises the Unreal Engine 3 for high quality 3D graphics.

4. Bounty Arms

This title is an action-packed 3D side scroller game that is playable for the first time at E3. The Android version of the game is being closely worked on by Open Reset in collaboration with Luma Arcade. Enhancements include visual and performance upgrades along with a co-op mode and advanced particle effects.

5. Heroes Call

This RPG game is designed specifically for touch screen devices and is based on intuitive controls. It features visceral combat and each hero has a wide range of powers and abilities and different kinds of weapons to choose from. It includes high resolution light maps, detailed maps on character weapons and armour along with additional physics interaction on objects and particles. The game will also release for iOS devices.

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