We Recommend: Fort Courage – Tower Defense with Tegra Graphics

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  • 01 Oct 2012
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  • For users of quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 powered Android devices gaming is an unique experience, especially if we’re talking about optimized titles. Of course, we refer to devices such as the Nexus 7, HTC One X or the Asus Transformer Prime, just to name a few, which are in fact provided with such a chipset whose GPU also allows you to process 3D content characterized by the high number frames and high quality textures. We previously informed you that Nvidia just announced two new Android games that are The Bard’s Tale and Fort Courage, both adventure titles with hot 3D graphics.


    Fort Courage is a game that you can enjoy for about 80 hours and it plans to make you defend against waves of enemies that come into play with every level. The game runs in 120 levels in which you will defeated against waves of wacky monsters, robots, and dinosaurs in fantastic environments with 15 enemies types in total and 3 bosses. NVIDIA Tegra powered devices will be allowed cool physics-driven visual effects and lush 3D environments for a true console experience on their mobile device.

    Like all free games of this type, Fort Courage uses the in-app purchase system to allow you to progress through the game. With each level you earn coins that are used to purchase upgrades, grenades, and special attacks. When you fall short of coins you can purchase them with real money, though you are not obliged to. The frustrating aspect is that the game uses its proprietary GREE payment system to manage your currency. Fortunately the game takes less than 50 MB so you won’t waste your internal memory like with other titles of the sort.


    Fort Courage offered for free on the Play Store, for Tegra powered devices.


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