If you've been envious of some of the awesome new games rolling out for Tegra devices, then you'll be happy to know that two popular Tegra-only titles - Shadowgun and Sprinkle - have just been updated to bring compatibility to non-Tegra devices.

Shadowgun, a futuristic action-shooter, is probably one of the best games for Android to date, sporting insanely good graphics, a decent storyline, and compelling gameplay. This is one game that should definitely be a welcome addition to any gamer's catalog.

If you're not the action- gaming type, then Sprinkle may be more your speed. It's a basic physics-based puzzle game, where you're in charge of extinguishing flames all across the town, avoiding various obstacles as part of your mission.

Both games are available now in the Android Market; Shadowgun will set you back a five-spot, while Sprinkle is only a couple bucks. Hit the links below to download.

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • Drewskeetz

    I just unrooted my Evo so chainfire is now gone and I thought ShadowGun was a gonner but seems not! =)

  • http://ericcamil.com Eric

    Going to try this out on my Touchpad! Here's to seeing how it works!

  • http://twitter.com/alessandrof Alessandro

    Sprinkle is so much fun. The game run flawlessly on my Galaxy SII. Blazing fast!

  • Drewskeetz

    I DL'ed ShadowGun. Runs smooth. Good Sh!t!!

  • Claudio

    too late already bought CF3D and shadowgun for tegra on my sensation lol

    • http://creativezane.sg Zane

      Exactly what I did!

  • andy

    but work on a galaxy note with arm mali400 gpu? because changelog say only ardeno and powervr

  • GraveUypo

    i have to say this is better than i thought when i tested a "alternative" version with chainfire 3D. now that the game actually works as intended i could enjoy it a lot more. it was actually worth the high price tag.

    it actually runs pretty well on my measly motorola defy