One of the world's largest game publishers, Gameloft, has taken the decision to release games for smartphones as well as tablet computers powered by Intel's latest Atom chip - which comes as no surprise, as Gameleft is known to lend its support to various different smartphone devices. The company made their announcement in Barcelona, at the Mobile World Congress show.
The latest chips have been specifically created for smartphone devices from Motorola Mobility, Lenovo as well as Orange.
Vice President at Gameloft, Ludovic Blondel, said: "We are pleased to team up with Intel to demonstrate our high performance HD games on new Intel Atom processor-based devices," confirmed Venture Beat.
Gameloft's latest plan has been considered as hugely significant and pivotal to Intel's move with regards to the use of the new chips, simply because mobile games are the most popular application across any mobile operating system platform.
The game publisher hopes to launch various titles for smartphones powered by Google' Android platform as well as also tablet computer running on Intel Atom microprocessors.
Some of the games to be featured in the upcoming Intel phones include Uno, Modern Combat 2: Black Pegasus and Asphalt 6: Adrenaline.