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Qualcomm to add games, flagship app for Snapdragon devices

updated 04:20 pm EST, Wed November 16, 2011

Qualcomm set to bring GameCommand app in 2012

Qualcomm to launch games, dedicated app for Snapdragon devices Mobile device chipmaker Qualcomm on Wednesday said it would soon launch a flagship gaming app for devices that run on its Snapdragon chips. Dubbed Snapdragon GameCommand, the app will be accompanied by additions to the more than 100 games specially made for the mobile devices. All are expected to come to the Android Market early next year.

The games will include popular PC titles and will be made to run on Android-running, Snapdragon-powered devices. They include Tripwire Interactive's The Ball, which will make its debut on mobile devices. Other newly added titles are Fight Game Heroes and Galaga Special Edition, among others.

The GameCommand app will act as the launching point for all the games, as well as providing news for the latest in games, Snapdragon-exclusives and links to popular gaming news sites. It's due out in January. [Image via PCMag]

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