During Mobile World Congress nearly 2 months ago, NVIDIA released some details about a few impressive looking upcoming games. One of them was the very original looking Eden to GREEEEN. Eric summarized the game well:

Built on the Unreal Engine, Eden to GREEEEN pits you "against alien machines from another planet" (so we can conclude "alien" doesn't mean "immigrant" here) who are trying to steal Eden's natural resources. It's up to you to save Euphoria, the natural energy of Eden. This totally original story comes with the descriptor "freemium", so we can probably count on some sort of in-app purchases, but NVIDIA promises Eden to GREEEEN won't "skimp on the gaming experience." Fingers crossed.

The game is built from the ground up for Tegra devices, so presumably it will take advantage of all four of the Tegra 3's cores. The official description supports that presumption, citing "high resolution textures, [the] highest quality shaders, tons of on-screen characters and beautiful effects galore."

We still don't have any specific timeframe, but the game has appeared on the Tegra Zone site, complete with a Q2 2012 release date. Considering that we're almost a full month of the way through the quarter, we may not have too much longer to wait.

[Source: Tegra Zone]