Android users craving to play a Renaissance-themed FPS shooter on their Tegra 3 mobile device have got their wishes answered. Renaissance Blood THD that was previously known as Da Vinci THD is now available on Google Play and TegraZone
However users must
be aware that this first-person-shooter is optimized for Tegra 3 devices only. The game will not even run on Tegra 2 devices but developers are claiming that it might grace devices running on Tegra 2 in the near future. The basic principle of the game is quiet simple and is a refreshing departure from the normal sci-fi themes found in mobile games these days. Player is subjected to a certain situation where the great Leonardo Da Vinci is dead and thus he / she has to seek out the blueprints that he has left behind.
In terms of gameplay, Renaissance Blood HD seems like a mixture of some old and new games that is the classic House of the Dead and the most recent Infinity Blade for iOS devices in particular. The
key features of the game include:
- It is specifically designed to completely utilize devices using NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core mobile processor with a 4-PLUS-1 quad-core CPU architecture that delivers outstanding performance and amazing battery life, along with a 12-core GPU to deliver up to 5x the performance of the world’s first dual-core processor, Tegra 2.
- Intuitive controls for players of all levels
- Dynamic character lighting and gamma correction for realistic light calculations
- Interactive scene objects using advanced physics simulations
Your one and only goal is to search for Da Vinci’s lost blueprints. You can download Renaissance Blood HD from the Google Play Store for a price of $4. To download it directly to your smartphone or tablet, visit the app page and just hit the Install to begin the download and installation process. The current version of this game is 1.0 and it requires Android version 2.2 and up to operate. You can also check out the video posted below to have an insight of the game.