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[LIST] Best Games for the TF700

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By KilerG, Senior Member on 19th July 2012, 06:26 AM
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18th February 2013, 12:49 PM |#281  
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I have done so on a 42 inch TV... only thing to note is normal HDMI lag. other than that, nothing wrong with doing this. in fact, I have a ps3 controller dedicated for my tab.

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19th February 2013, 03:10 PM |#282  
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How much is normal lag?

that depends on your tv. mine is about half a second, but I'm a hardcore gamer and notice these things. you may not notice it at all.

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edit: I even notice this on my ps3 so that's why I call it normal lag.
1st April 2013, 11:09 AM |#283  
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Don't know if anybody has mentioned Yesterday

Has a free (ads) and paid version.
I played the free version and it was fantastic.
Point and click adventure game
3rd April 2013, 08:17 AM |#284  
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Mobile Humble Bundle is up for grabs, in case people didn't notice.
3rd April 2013, 05:09 PM |#285  
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Mobile Humble Bundle is up for grabs, in case people didn't notice.

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3rd April 2013, 08:48 PM |#286  
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http://www.humblebundle.com/

I highly recommend the bundle, and to follow the site for future Android/Mobile bundles. Great value for money (depending on what you pay, of course).
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So I just happened to notice quite a few of Gameloft games that I could load on my totally stock TF700 w/ 4.2.

However.. I can see why they didnt want to enable it for our tablet. Hero's its pretty much unplayable as it lags horribly.
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5th April 2013, 09:46 PM |#288  
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Are you in performance mode?
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So I just happened to notice quite a few of Gameloft games that I could load on my totally stock TF700 w/ 4.2.

However.. I can see why they didnt want to enable it for our tablet. Hero's its pretty much unplayable as it lags horribly.

Ohhh, but they are supported though?? Im excited!
7th April 2013, 12:51 PM |#290  
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Are you in performance mode?

Yup!,, Heck even tried plugged in just for kicks!

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Ohhh, but they are supported though?? Im excited!

Yeah, I didn't need to mod anything, just surfed the play-store on my tablet and noticed it was free, and I could install it.

Try it out, and report back!
7th April 2013, 06:25 PM |#291  
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Well it seems Gameloft may be starting to support the 700.... Im still on CROMI 3.4.7 and it was available for me to download! You are right though its abit laggy even on performance w/ the OCd kernel...

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