Gameloft Announces 10 Titles Optimized for Nexus 7 Tablet

“The Amazing Spider-Man,” “Asphalt 7: Heat,” “N.O.V.A. 3: Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance” and many more to be made available for Google’s newest device

SAN FRANCISCO, June 27, 2012/PRNewswire-FirstCall/ —

Coming out of Google I/O 2012 [ ], Gameloft, a leading global publisher of digital and social games, has unveiled a lineup of 10 of their most popular titles that have been enhanced for the new Google Nexus 7 tablet, with 8 available today. Google I/O attendees will also find our popular first-person shooter N.O.V.A. 3 : Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance being showcased at the Developer Sandbox tomorrow, with additional titles such as Asphalt 7: Heat and The Amazing Spider-Man releasing soon.

Google I/O is focused on the tech world’s latest web, mobile and social breakthroughs and bringing together thousands of developers who are turning them into tomorrow’s startups. Google I/O returns to San Francisco’s Moscone Center from June 27-29, 2012. The Developer Sandbox, first introduced at I/O 2009, is also a designated demo area where a wide range of developers who have built applications based on technologies and products that have been announced at I/O are featured.

“As Gameloft seeks to be one of the first publishers s to optimize its titles for each new platform, it is with great enthusiasm that we now bring a roster of our biggest hits for the new Nexus 7,” said Baudouin Corman, Vice President of Publishing for the Americas. “With the new device features, we will not only be present on one of the best digital platforms out there, but we will be able to truly showcase our unique development approach and ingenuity through the high-quality of our games as well.”

With more than 40 games currently available for download from Google Play(TM), a complete list of Gameloft’s titles that will support the new Google device includes:

  •  Asphalt 7: Heat
  •  Dungeon Hunter III
  •  Fantasy Town
  •  Fashion Icon
  •  Men in Black 3
  •  Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation
  •  N.O.V.A. 3 : Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance
  •  Oregon Trail: American Settler
  •  Shark Dash
  •  The Amazing Spider-Man


  1. Sounds like a great thing but I am still not convinced that a 7 inch tablet will be that earth shaking. Especially since phones are getting bigger. I can get a 10 inch with the Tegra 3 for $150 more. THAT is how i would tablet game if i had to choose.

  2. Gameloft supports other tablets as well. They simply pushed this tablet more because of the Nexus device status which is the flagship line from Google. It comes stripped from a lot of the add-on crud a lot of manufacturers throw on their devices prior to shipment. The vanilla experience lets you choose what you want instead.

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