Shadowgun update allows for play non-Tegra device

Shadowgun update allows for play non-Tegra device


A new update to the incredibly sharp looking Shadowgun has opened the door to playing the game on non-Tegra devices.  According to Androidnext.dethe update changelog indicates support for  PowerVR and Adreno GPUs.  What’s more they were able to sideload Shadowgun onto a number of smartphones (Samsung Galaxy S, Samsung Galaxy S II, and HP TouchPad running Cyanogenmod 7.  It’s worth noting that the game won’t show up in the Android Market on non-Tegra devices so a bit of workaround is in order.

UPDATE: We noticed that it appears in the Android Market for many handsets and tablets so get to downloading!


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  1. andy
    November 17, 17:40 Reply

    hi this is very interesting but actually sgs2 have mali (gpu) or not? not the PowerVR and Adreno GPUs

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