Qualcomm and Gameloft have got together to improve the mobile gaming
experience for game such as ‘SpiderMan Total Mayhem HD’, ‘Real Football 2011 HD’, ‘GT Racing: Motor Academy HD’ and ‘Modern Combat 2: Black Pegasus’.
Qualcomm, which is a biggie in making mobile processors, will work with Gameloft to optimise its current and future generation Snapdragon processors for better high definition gaming experience.
“We are pleased to be working closely with Gameloft to pre-optimise their impressive portfolio of mobile games for Snapdragon processors,” said Raj Talluri, vice president of product management for Qualcomm.
He added, “The combination of Snapdragon’s dynamic Adreno GPU technology along with the game development expertise of Gameloft will bring some of the most exciting game franchises to tablets and smartphones this year.”
Gameloft and Qualcomm had earlier worked together to leverage the Adreno Graphics processor (snapdragon’s) for games such as “Assassin’s Creed Altair’s Chronicles.”
Both these companies are now working on Snapdragon family of processors to optimise Gameloft’s premier games for Android-based devices and may expand to others over the course of the year.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon dual-core CPU (central processing units) processors include two asynchronous (that can work independently) CPU cores that will run at up to 1.5 GHz per core, embedded Adreno 220 GPU (graphics processing unit) and advanced multimedia capabilities, including a high performance DSP (digital signal processing) for Dolby5.1, SRS and other surround sound
The processors will also be optimised for Adobe Flash 10, full HD 1080p encode and decode and support to display the games on large screen TVs using standards interfaces such as HDMI.