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EA 19 Optimize of its User-Favorite Android Games for the New Nexus 7

Google’s revamped Nexus 7 tablet has an unusual High Definition display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, an apparently ‘true HD’ resolution.  Most tablets and smartphones with high definition displays often have a resolution of 1920 x 1080 or simply 1080p.  Developers make design games to accommodate this resolution and tablets such Google’s new Nexus 7 which was announced early last week may need a little ‘optimization’ to properly display content designed for a Full HD screen.  The new Nexus 7 screen with about 323 pixels per inch density is a lot better than iPad mini’s 1024 x 768 ~163 pixels per inch density and has a unique aspect ratio of 16:10.


One of the leading gaming companies in the world, EA, announced yesterday that it has optimized 19 of its Android games for new Nexus 7’s display.  EA decided to optimize quite a number of their fan-favorite games already available for other devices on the Google Play Store so that new buyers going for the Nexus 7 will have the best games for their devices ready to be installed on the 7 inch quad-core tablet.  19 may look like a long list, but it is definite that EA will optimize more of its games for the new tablet with time.

This new tablet has the highest resolution of all tablets in its range and with a quad-core 1.2 GHz processor with 416MHz ULP GeForce graphics, this may just be the perfect gaming tablet for those who would rather not go for the specifically gaming Android tablets such as the new NVIDIA Shield.

EA was swift to optimize its most favorite games betting on the imminent success of the new Nexus 7, just like the older Nexus 7.  These games are optimized to take advantage of the beautiful and amazingly clear ‘True HD’ display of the tablet, thereby making them look better and crisper during gameplay.  The user will have a much more improved gaming experience, better than what a 1080p full HD displays offer when they are optimized for the 1920 x 1200 pixels resolution screen.

Did you just get (or are expecting to get) a new Nexus 7 and want some EA games to install on it?  The already optimized EA games compatible with your Nexus 7 are:

Bejewled 2

Bejewled Blitz

Madden NFL 12

Monopoly Hotels

Monopoly Millionaire

Need for Speed Shift

Plants VS. Zombies

Real Racing 3


SPY mouse

Supreme heroes

Surviving High School

Tetris (2011)

Tetris Blitz

The Game Of Life

The Simpons: Tapped Out

The Sims Freeplay

Theme park

World Series Of Poker

Try them out then let us know what your experience with these games are on your new Nexus 7 screen.

Source: Droid Gamers via Android Headlines


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