Variations on a theme! Race, blast into space, and blast things into pieces that are racing towards us. The fun doesn't need to stop when you take a break from your projects. Our monthly pick on Android games. ▶
In the last part of the series, I played some really great fighting games as well as some of the great shoot ‘em ups that the console is known for. It was a mixed bag of games, but there were only a few I really didn’t enjoy playing. Overall, the system up until now has many, many games that I very much enjoyed, and only a few spoiled apples in it that I didn’t like at all. I found many interesting games are only available in Japanese, which was expected, but is also sad as I’m missing out on some great games. ▶
I would be remiss if I didn’t at least mention Google Stadia. This is a streaming game service that promises to breathe new life into your ODROID-XU4 gaming experience—even the lower-powered ODROID-C1 should, in theory, benefit from this Google service. What the heck is Google Stadia? Simply put, as announced ▶
The GameSir G3w is a high-quality gamepad that adopts a 32-bit MCU chip, with a computing capability that is up to 48 million operations per second. And it is supported on the official Linux and Android operating systems offered by Hardkernel.
It's easy to chill with your ODROID because there are so many Android gaming options for the Android operating system. In this article, we'll explore three new releases: Stranger Things: The Game, Pocket Morty's, and Streets of Rage. Stranger Things: The Game Straight from the hit TV show, here comes ▶