Cross-Platforming Taken to Another Level With PC Games Running on Android

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  • 23 Mar 2013
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  • Now that the struggle for defining each platform including with each’s advantages and disadvantages the next step is to have the best features ported to another side. It is a struggle that has been going on for a long time, with limited success so far though things could change sooner than you think.

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    Agawi has announced a very interesting service that enables PC game developers to publish their products via streaming technology on Android mobile devices. The technology though Android compatible is not limited to this platform alone, as Agawi has already proven its uses on the iPad where Zynga’s Flash-based Facebook game is now available.

    The Agawi CloudPlay Platform has got a great number of developers interested and so far the partners list includes Daedalic Entertainment (Chaos on Deponia); Teotl Studios, the maker of Unmechanical; Or1go Games, developer of A.R.E.S.: Extinction Agenda; Neko Entertainment, which brings its title Puddle; Plug In Digital with WRC 3; and Crankshaft Games with Party of Sin. This will make available a great number of titles expected to be available this year, with some hitting the designated devices really soon. The service also includes big caliber partners such as Nvidia and Marvell, to offer their best for cross-platform development. MiniBoss founder Pedro Medeiros, found the opportunity to state:

    “Agawi is helping us reach players across platforms and devices. We’re proud to be a part of their platform launch and to see our title, Out There Somewhere, reach hundreds of millions of tablet users without any investment on our part.”

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    SOURCE: venturebeat
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