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Thursday, 12 November 2009 14:35

Zune HD gets its first 3D games

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Six for starters

As expected, thanks to the new 4.3 firmware and that little chip called Tegra, Microsoft's Zune HD got its first 3D games. Microsoft has decided to start with six games, but we are sure that more will appear pretty soon.

The are a total of six games, including PGR: Ferrari Edition, Audiosurf: Tilt, Vans Sk8: Pool Service, Checkers, Lucky Lane Bowling and Piano. All of them look quite good, especially PGR: Ferrari Edition, Audiosurf Tilt and Vans Sk8: Pool Service.

The best part of the deal is that they are all free, so nothing stops you from downloading them and trying some of that 3D action that Nvidia promises on Microsoft's Tegra-based Zune HD.

You can check them out here.

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