Nvidia wanted to wow us when it unveiled the Shield over a year ago at CES 2013, so naturally it pre-announced a bunch of games for the device. One of the titles mentioned at that event has only now arrived on Android. Rochard is a sci-fi platformer that was originally developed for the PlayStation Network and Steam, but now it’s in the Play Store for $6.99.
Gameplay in Rochard is based on the manipulation of gravity with a neat little handheld device called the G-Lifter.
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[New Game] Rochard Finally Makes Its Way To The Play Store As A Tegra 4 Exclusive was written by the awesome team at Android Police.