Expendable: Rearmed and International Snooker Pro heading to TegraZone
If you’re itching for some new games, you’ll be glad to know that two new games are headed to NVIDIA’s TegraZone today. Expendable: Rearmed is already available, and International Snooker Pro should be available soon.
Expendable: Rearmed is an update of an arcade shooter that was originally released in 1999 for the PC and the Sega Dreamcast. Developer Retrobomb has added some new Tegra-specific features like enhanced water and particle effects, and advanced extra shadowing.
The game is set in 2463 AD, and mankind has been happily expanding throughout the universe. At least, they were, until they encountered the G’neng, a bio-mechanical alien race who wants to put a stop to humanity’s expansion for good. To help fight them, players are equipped with mini-guns, rockets, grenades and more. If that isn’t enough, players can also pick up alien weapons and use them for themselves.
International Snooker Pro
International Snooker Pro is, as the name might suggest, a snooker simulation. The game, developed by Tick Tock Games, is a bigger, better version of International Snooker, promising to bring “all cue gaming” to new levels. International Snooker Pro includes a career mode which takes you through 15 tournaments in 14 locations, as well as enhanced visuals and audio.
The game is supposed to go live today, but at the time of this writing, it is still listed as arriving in Q4 2012. As far as we know, the game should be available soon.
Expendable: Rearmed is available for $2.99 through TegraZone and the Google Play Store. We don’t yet know what International Snooker Pro will cost when the game goes live, but it will also be available via TegraZone and the Google Play Store.
Are you planning on picking up either or both of these games? Have you tried them yet? What do you think?