Amid Nintendo’s latest piece of kit and the buzz for the next generation of home consoles, a quiet voice is whispering in the consumer’s ear: Android, it says. Between dual-analog gamepads, crowd funded hardware and hardcore gaming tablets, Google’s mobile OS is gaining ground among gamers. It certainly has Guitar Hero co-creator Charles Huang’s attention — he’s teamed up with Matt Crowley and Karl Townsend (who both had a hand in building various Palm devices) to create Green Throttle Games, an outfit that joins the ever-growing legion of firms out to convert your Android device into a full fledged gaming console. How’s it work? We dropped by their Santa Clara offices to find out.
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