LG Smart TV Games

LG Launches Popular Games for Cinema 3D Smart TV

LG Smart TV Games
Gaming on your Smart TV. Image credit: Ubergizmo

LG Electronics (“LG”)has announced new titles to Game World, its Smart TV game store. The new games include family-friendly titles such as Where’s My Water?, Catapult King, Mini Motor Racing and Air Attack. Each game is optimised for the LG Cinema Smart TV, playable using the gesture-sensing Magic Remote; and features FPR 3D and Dual Play.

Where’s My Water?

Disney’s Where’s My Water? has been recognised by Pocket Gamer and PhoneArena as “Game of the Year”, and has been downloaded over 120 million times. The game has reached number one on the mobile game charts in 90 countries. Swampy can now take showers on the bigger LG Smart TV after having taken over two billion showers on mobile screens since it was launched in 2011. Where’s My Water? is now available on 2012 and 2013 LG Smart TV models.

Catapult King

Catapult King utilises the gesture function of the Magic Remote to operate a virtual catapult in the game. The challenging physics-based game has 60 expertly designed levels and will be available in early June.

Mini Motor Racing

Mini Motor Racing is developed by The Binary Mill and powered by the famed Unity graphics engine. The auto racing game supports LG’s immersive 3D and Dual Play features, covering over 40 unique tracks. Dual Play uses LG’s unique FPR 3D technology (which we previewed last year – one word, cool!) to enable each player to simultaneously view different, full-screen images, eliminating the need for split-screen views for head-to-head battles. The game is available now.

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Air Attack

The award-winning Air Attack game published by Art in Games puts you in the pilot’s seat of a military aircraft. By using the motion-sensitive Magic Remote, dogfight with enemies in 2D or 3D. This tactical aviation shooter features stunning graphics and a fantastic soundtrack; and is available now.

LG unveiled the jaw-dropping 84-inch Ultra HD and 55-inch OLED TVs at CES 2013 early this year, also taking CES Innovation Awards for its superior hardware and software.

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