Fallout 1,2 and Might and Magic VI, VII, VIII are the first in a series of great games supported by ExaGear RPG for Android
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 06, 2014
Software startup Eltechs has launched the “ExaGear RPG,” an emulator that allows classic PC versions of RPG games to be played on Android devices. Aimed at gamers who love classic PC games ExaGear RPG gives them the flexibility to play PC games on the go directly on their mobile devices.
ExaGear RPG is based on the ExaGear Mobile virtualization engine developed by Eltechs with customization of classic keyboard controls of RPG games for touchscreens. This engine allows users to run PC games on mobile devices without modifications. The games will run directly on mobile devices and won't require internet access. ExaGear-based solutions are already being used in a range of Android applications and users have ranked them highly in digital app stores (http://eltechs.com/product/exagear-mobile/).
“After the successful launch of ExaGear Strategies we got a huge number of user requests to support RPG games as well. Now to the joy of RPG fans we are pleased to launch ExaGear RPG. Fallout 1,2 and Might and Magic VI, VII, VIII are the first in a series of great games supported by ExaGear RPG for Android. In the near future we plan to offer support for a lot of other cool games such as Arcanum and Diablo,” said Vadim Gimpelson, CEO of Eltechs.
ExaGear RPG on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.eltechs.erpg
Eltechs (eltechs.com) is a technology startup which focuses on cutting edge cross-architecture virtualization technologies. Eltechs provides solutions for running Intel x86 applications on ARM-based devices in the server, mobile and desktop markets. Eltechs products for the mobile market were praised by Android community publications such as Android Police, Android Authority, Android World and others (http://eltechs.com/company/media-about-us/).
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