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@ dec1153

Are you saying these apps work or don't work???

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Please explain how you got mc3 working? I can't buy it from the store and apks don't work, so what did you do as there is no x86 version? I bought mc2 x86. What's the performance like?

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Performance....flawless!

Edited by jikobutsu
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Thanks would other games like nova and asphalt 7 or 6 work?

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On some vids asphlat 6 works ( ive seen it at the intel booth))

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And nova is fine its just part 3 that doesnt work. Download aptoide from 4 shared- great app to get free things :)

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quite like aptoide. Dec, where did you get nova 3 from? Where is the compatibility check off version?

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Looks like you can add Bad Piggies :- https://play.google....FBpZ2dpZXMiXQ..

I've just sent emailed a query to Rovio via "[email protected] <[email protected]>" regarding a port to x86. Feel free to add your own to give them a nudge. :)

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Armv6 version of bad piggies will work, just google it.

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Got a "reply" from Rovio :-

xxxxxxxxxx , Sep 27 10:51 (EDT):

After playing all the Angry Birds games (and paying for the Space

Premium version) I was disappointed to find that Bad Piggies is

incompatible with the Orange San Diego (Intel Atom Medfield x86 SoC).

Is there any plans to port a x86 version at all?

Rovio Support Team, Sep 28 03:04 (EDT):

Hello,

and thanks for contacting us.

This time around the piggies are crafting such complex devices that older mobile devices cannot keep up with their pace.

Unfortunately your device does not meet the minimum system requirements of the game. Hopefully you'll get a chance to play it with a Mac or a PC.

Have a great day!

Sincerely,

Antti

Rovio Support Team

Older!!! Would have been nice to get a reply from someone who knows what they're talking about. A bit disappointed in Rovio.

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Armv6 version of bad piggies will work, just google it.

Didn't know such things exist, I'll have a look, cheers.

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This time around the piggies are crafting such complex devices that older mobile devices cannot keep up with their pace.

Unfortunately your device does not meet the minimum system requirements of the game.

WTF!!!! an OSD old and not enough power, mugs.......send them another reply sending them the device specs, obviously confusing us for orange san francisco.

If I can play Modern Combat 3 butter smooth, I can sure as hell play bad piggies!

Really....an intel atom 1.6Ghz hyperthreaded chipset to weak for such a game :lol:

Not to mention a 400Mhz graphics chip.

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WTF!!!! an OSD old and not enough power, mugs.......send them another reply sending them the device specs, obviously confusing us for orange san francisco.

If I can play Modern Combat 3 butter smooth, I can sure as hell play bad piggies!

Really....an intel atom 1.6Ghz hyperthreaded chipset to weak for such a game

Not to mention a 400Mhz graphics chip.

Already have, requesting someone more technically gifted reply. :P No answer yet.

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