Boxing fans now have a new reason to rejoice with the release of a game called Real Boxing on Android, from UK-based Independent Game Developer Vivid Games. Real Boxing is billed as an ultra-realistic title that boasts lifelike graphics thanks to the use of extensive motion capture from professional boxers and Unreal Engine. It has also been optimized for devices that run on NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 SoC.
As a game that has been optimized for the NVIDIA Tegra 3, Real Boxing is featured as one of the numerous titles in TegraZone, the free Android app from NVIDIA that showcases all of the latest and greatest Tegra-optimized games. And it’s not just about fancy grapics and luscious eye candy, either. Real Boxing has a Career Mode where players can make their way through more than 30 fights and three title belts to secure the title of World Champion. There is even an option to train boxers through mini games the are available in the game itself.
Here’s a more detailed list of all of the game’s features:
Real Boxing is available for download now through the Google Play store for $4.99. If you’re still on the fence, you may want to watch the Android launch trailer embedded below to see what exactly Real Boxing on Android is all about.
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These type of games are the reason why I’m seriously thinking to get the HTC One for my next device. It’s so unfair that it is made available only for Tegra 3 devices. With Samsung at the top of the hill regarding performance it’s so lame that it is not made available for devices running quad core processors with 2gb of RAM (Note 2)
Optimized for Tegra 3 means, the software took advantage of the Tegra 3 features most likely. I think you may have misunderstood or this article has not clearly stated the games support of other devices.