Enjoy the year of the Android games console

2013 is expected to be the year of Android. Specifically, there is much talk about the way in which new gaming systems are being developed in order to transfer your favorite Android applications and games and move them onto the television screen. What is different about these gaming platforms and what are the most popular options expected to be? Read on for more information of what is currently available and what will be available in the near future.
Game ConsolesThe game consoles for Android games are changing. Most notably they are becoming smaller and more portable versions of larger models that allow access to Android games without utilizing the mobile phone. Instead, the Android platform is being displayed on televisions via simple HDMI and USB cords. This means portability and a chance for the television to become a venue for gaming in a new and unique way. Networks of programs will be available once the attachments are in place and there becomes direct access to the games that they had been playing, isolated on their phones. Further, these game consoles for Android are becoming more portable. The relatively small nature of platforms like the GameStick and OUYA make transporting these devices from place to place better achieved. Wherever the console is and wherever the materials are attachable, that is where the gaming console can go.

How They Work
As aforementioned, the new Android gaming consoles work by attaching through simple USB to a television. Specifically, a SmartTV is the most popular type compatible with these models. When the gamer attaches their system and begins to play, they will find themselves hooked into a network of Android games. This Android network will allow a gamer to connect to the games that they were used to on their phone, as long as they have been transferred to the system by the programmers, and many new options. Play, then, can instantaneously become multiplayer in house or through the network itself. This takes the gaming system of the phone and elevates it to a higher level of interconnectivity and interactivity with players around the world.

What They Play
The Android gaming consoles use a network of shared information and games that are from the Android family. This is important to note because it is a chance for individuals who have been playing games on their phones, alone and shutoff from others, to transfer their love of their specific Android game onto a larger screen. These Android applications and games offering will include many of the popular Android games that are on the phone already. Some game developers and programmers, however, are working to enhance and create games that will look and display better on the television. Further, by logging onto a network, these games can be played with other players and other Android platform and game console owners. The result is a chance to take the Android gaming experience and move it.
ConcernsAt this point, no real concerns are being touted or addressed regarding Android game consoles like GameStick and the GreenThrottle edition. This is mainly because they are not in mass circulation as of yet. Once the game systems and not their prototypes are expanded into the market in mass amounts, the consumer will be the ultimate decision maker regarding their validity and their usefulness. The buzz surrounding the test runs and the anticipation for the products is growing and noteworthy because of the possibility of what these gaming platforms can offer individuals. With so many desiring a better Android gaming venue, only time will tell if all expectations are met.

Author Bio: Jason Phillips authorized this post. He writes regularly on video games for a range of gaming websites and blogs. For example he has written many awesome posts for the site sonicgames365.com.
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