Qualcomm teases AR Games, will show them at MWC

Posted by Dan Mousavi On February - 9 - 2011

Qualcomm uploaded a compilation of the best entries that were submitted to their developer challenge.
Back in October 2010 Qualcomm released their SDK and they announced a developer challenge with cash prices up to 200000$. In November they released their SDK as a plugin for Unity, which made creating awesome games with it very easy, if you already had experience with Unity.
Since the devkit is still in beta, this is the first glimpse you can get on the future Augmented Reality games on Android.
All games that are shown run on a Nexus One or similar handset and when the Qualcomm Ar Kit is officially released, a lot more Android handsets will be supported.

OpenFeint for Android announced

Posted by Dan Mousavi On July - 9 - 2010

OpenFeint, the popular social gaming service for Iphone, is coming over to Android, a release for the SDK is planned later this summer. They will also implement Google Checkout for in-app purchases and bring over there Game Spotlight app. If you are a developer you can sign up for a newsletter and early registration here.

Full press release:
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Zeemote releases Android SDK

Posted by Dan Mousavi On April - 27 - 2010

Zeemote is a bluetooth controller for mobile phones, which worked previously only with S60v3 devices and Blackberry.
On older plattforms a separate control unit wasn’t really necessary, but with next generation phones with integrated projectors like the Samsung beam you will need a separate controller to fully enjoy your projected games. There are also a lot of Androids on the Horizon with HDMI out, so this is definately worth integrating.
You can download the SDK here.
Press release is after the break:
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