There is already a 3d version of Samurai 2 out there. I found it on a awesome site called Droid Appz
Thanks. I'll be sure to check it out as soon as I finish writing this post. My only question/concern is if it'll affect the market bought version that I already purchased, and if it'll screw something up.
Another choice that might be spectacular in 3D is Dear Hunter... I have the demo version, but the landscaping is rendered similarly to Let's Golf 2.
EDIT: Looks like the file didn't want to install properly. I've tried a couple of times, and I keep getting the same error message. It reads: "Application not installed".
Last edited by ProfeZZor X; August 15th, 2011 at 12:37 AM.
It's just Angry Bots (a Demo app for Unity Developers) modified to use 3D. Expect some real games with 3D support from me (if anyone has a good idea for a 3D game just tell me).
I tried it and it looks pretty good for a hacked together beta demo for 3D on your Unity engine. I'm looking forward to seeing what developers do with this. I'm assuming that the implementation is very easy?
Originally Posted by RichboyJhae
I guess my phone's broke-ded then.. :/. Graphics are quite impressive though
In general, sometimes 3D doesn't kick in properly (movies, videos, etc.), and it takes a restart of the phone.
Originally Posted by ProfeZZor X
Great job... Downloaded and working just fine.
My suggestions for 3D conversions would be Plants vs Zombies (if possible) and Samurai II.
I think this demonstration is only an indication of what is possible for developers using the Unity engine (UNITY: Android ), so only new games or prior games developed on Unity can possibly have 3D functionality. A game like plants v. zombie is a separate IP developed by a different developer using their own 2D engine (3D games are much easier to develop 3D for because you just rerender another image from a slightly different perspective for 3D, but 2D based games are much much harder).
I tried this out last night... it just had me raising my eyebrow thinking, 'Surely the 3D can perform better than this...'. Its hovering in the 25-30 range, which is better than the clunky ones gameloft can say, but I still find it hard to believe that the new Adreno 220 can barely muster that. I would like a STEADY 30 in 3D, then NO LOWER than 30 in 2D.
My only major gripe about the fps being lower than 30 is because it very quickly starts making a heavy impact on the responsiveness of any controls.
Believe it or not, I downloaded the 3D video for that game, which is currently on my 3DVO, and it looks amazing. That, among other YT3D movies were the first that I ended up putting on the phone o watch.
Although what would make it even sweeter is to have the actual 3D version of the game itself.
Last edited by ProfeZZor X; August 15th, 2011 at 03:58 PM.
Sprint continues their EVO line of Android Phones with what is certainly a first for them - a 3D phone. The HTC EVO 3D boasts 3D technology on a beautiful 4.3-inch screen and get this: you don't even need glasses to enjoy the 3D experience!
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