After visiting two different companies working on dedicated Android game controllers at E3 2012, I decided it was high time I gave Android games more attention, particularly the titles running on the most powerful Android processor going, Nvidia's quad-core Tegra 3. Games like Neko Entertainment's Puddle THD, a physics puzzler only possible via the power of the Tegra 3.
Well, at least on mobile platforms. Some of you may remember Puddle as an Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network game released earlier this year. This is essentially the same game in portable form — a game developed as a downloadable console title, powered by a tablet.