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Monday, 31 December 2012 10:10

Tegra Zone invades Windows RT

Written by Fudzilla staff

So RT is for gamers now?

Nvidia’s Tegra Zone app is now available for Windows RT. It’s hardly a surprising move, since Microsoft tapped Nvidia’s Tegra 3 for its Surface RT tablet.

The Windows RT Tegra Zone app currently offers seven games, Judge Dredd vs Zombies, Pinball FX 2, Reckless Racing Ultimate, Riptide GP, Soulcraft, Space Ark, Sprinkle and Vendetta Online. Of course, the games have been optimized for Nvidia chips and they should offer a bit more eye candy than usual.

Nvidia says it has a dedicated team of over 100 employees to help Windows RT and Android developers take advantage of Tegra chips.

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