Qualcomm is also increasing the number of games in its Snapdragon GamePack, which underscores games that will be running on its processors. The GameCommand app is intended to bring console-like games plus casual titles to the Qualcomm platform. Though the company’s core business is selling mobile chips, but the executives are considering these GamePack and GameCommand products as a means to make those chips more practical. It’s akin to the Intel’s policy as this company also spends in apps with an aim to make its chips more useful. Even Nvidia has taken the same strategy in past with their Tegra Zone for showing off flash Nvidia-based Android games.
The company made the declaration at its analyst meeting which took place in New York. The new games in the extensive Snapdragon GamePack in addition to the new GameCommand app are probably to hit the Android Market in early 2012.
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