For those of you who are interested in the gaming market on popular smartphones such as the iPhone and Android-based handsets, you may be interested in a game called Dungeon Defenders: First Wave that uses the Unreal Engine 3, the first of its kind.
iOS has long been the smartphone OS of choice when it comes to games. Rage HD and Infinity Blade are two very top games for the iPhone, but Android have proved that they are not far behind, especially with ‘Zeus’ aka the PlayStation Phone / PSP Phone / Sony Ericsson Z1 making an appearance earlier this month.
Of course, we are not here to talk about that and want to point out that Dungeon Defenders: First Wave is the first Unreal Engine-3 based title, and will be available to all Android 2.1 handsets that can take the minimum requirements.
For this game to work, you will need an 800MHz or better SOC with support for OpenGL ES 2.0, 512MB of RAM, and at least 400MB of free storage. You can read the full press release by checking out the article on Engadget. There is also a video for you to watch below.
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