• Car Racing for Tango (CRT) AR

    Car Racing for Tango (CRT) AR

    Tango

    Release date: November 1, 2016

    Car Racing for Tango (CRT) is an augmented reality racing game for Tang-enabled smartphones. Design your own tracks or play in race tracking designed by other players from around the world. Play in your own space and compete against AI and try to get to the finish line to win in each track. Make your friend challenge you by trying to beat your record timing for a specific track.

    Driving / Racing / Simulation / Single-Player
  • Ghostly Mansion

    Ghostly Mansion

    Tango

    Release date: October 31, 2016

    Ghostly Mansion you play as a spirit who find itself locks inside a mansion. To reach the next world and leave the current world in piece, you must find out the reason of your death. The game feature an escape the room gameplay mechanics, where you need to collect items and solve puzzles in order to move on to the next room. The game features an original storyline and 21 levels to explore.

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    Escape the room / Exploration / First-Person / Puzzle
  • Hot Wheels Track Builder Tango

    Hot Wheels Track Builder Tango

    Tango

    Release date: November 1, 2016

    Hot Wheels Track Builder Tango is a Tango AR game where the player can construct and customize his own car track based on real world Hot Wheels tracks and cars. The game has several game mode, including objective-based challenges with awards upon completion of each challenge and a Free Edit Mode where you are free to fully customize the track by using the parts that you've got from finishing challenges in the Challange mode. A free-to-play game with high replay value.

    Creation Tool / First-Person / Free-to-play / Puzzle / Single-Player
  • BUGS! BUGS! BUGS!

    BUGS! BUGS! BUGS!

    Tango

    Release date: October 31, 2016

    BUGS! BUGS! BUGS! is a bug smashing augmented reality game for Google Tango enabled devices. Use various items like bug spray, fly swatters and fire to kill the bug that crawl in your own home or wherever you decide to play the game. It's a wave-based game, and each way is harder than its predecessor.

    Action / Single-Player / Survival / Wave-based
  • PHANTOGEIST

    PHANTOGEIST

    Tango

    Release date: November 16, 2016

    PHANTOGEIST is an augmented reality first-person shooter that invades your real world. You need to fight Phantom-like alien creatures everywhere you go. The game features two game modes, a Story mode campaign and a Survival mode (how long can you last). The game also comes with a Social AR multiplayer mode in which you and your friend who play locally can see the same creatures in the area and see each other fighting them in mixed reality.

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    Action / FPS / Local Multiplayer / Survival
  • LONELY GHOUSTS

    LONELY GHOUSTS

    Tango

    Estimated release date: Q4 2016

    Lonely Ghousts is a GPS-based Augmented Reality game in which players can locate and interact with unique ghostly like creatures everywhere they go. The game employs click-and-point gameplay mechanics. You'll be asked by the creatures to do things, kind of like quests in a conventional RPG game but ones that you can finish in a relatively short time, around five to ten minutes. Co-op mode also allows filming your friend interacting with the AR creatures.

    Adventure / Casual / Co-op / Exploration / Local Co-Op / RPG / Single-Player
    Announced: Jun 17, 2016
  • InnAR Wars

    InnAR Wars

    Tango

    Release date: September 30, 2015

    InnAR Wars is an augmented reality game where two players fighting for domination over asteroid fields. You need to shut down the opponent's based by actually looking around your room and sending assault ships to destroy them. The game can be played alone or against another real player in multiplayer mode. Another mechanic includes harvesting NRG by blasting asteroids which can latest be used for attacking your opponents or obtaining weapon upgrades.

    Action / Competitive / Local Multiplayer / Single-Player / Strategy
  • Raise

    Raise

    Tango

    Release date: November 1, 2016

    Raise is a super cute simulation game where you are given a bluish magical pet. You need to take care of by feeding and cleaning him and share your love with him by interacting with him with various virtual objects.. Of course what makes Raise such a unique experience is that you play it an augmented reality, so the pet actually lives in the same space alongside you and go with you wherever you go. Oh, also need to make sure that monsters who won't hurt him and all will be fine.

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    Experience / Free-to-play / Simulation / Single-Player
    Announced: May 16, 2016
  • Towers For Tango

    Towers For Tango

    Tango

    Release date: October 31, 2016

    In Towers For Tango, you need to construct a five-star hotel. You do this by answer the market needs, recruiting and managing staff for building maintaining and take care of hazards. Successfully doing so will bring you more people to your hotel, you earn more income and can improve the rooms and get a better star rating.

    Simulation / Single-Player
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Google Tango, formerly known as Project Tango is an Augmented Reality platform for mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. The first phone to support this technology is the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro. The phone uses several technologies, including Motion Tracking (to detect the movement of the user), Depth Sensing (to detect the distance of objects in the physical space) and Area Leaning (the device spatial memory for drift correction and also support multiplayer games that take place in space physical space).

Google first demonstrated the Tango capabilities using a prototype device. It features the same sensor and hardware accelerated vision processing instruments to deliver great experiences. Since then Google improved the technology and updates the API, so many developers are already looking forward to developing great games and apps using this new technology.

Augmented Reality games are anything you've seen before. The experience is completely different than VR because the objects within the Tango game can interact with the virtual representation of the physical stuff in your surrounding. So for example, a virtual cat can jump on your choice or hand around the room, without bumping into walls or appear as it is floating in the air without any connection to its surrounding. This is just a simple example, and the create possibilities are endless and those games that you see on this page is just a glimpse of what about to come in the upcoming years.

On this page, you can find a list of games which are compatible with the Google Tango platform. We are updating this list on a regular basis, so you can come back and learn about the latest and upcoming Augmented Reality games for Google Tango, read reviews and previews, find out about release dates and discuss those games in our forums.

The technology behind Google Tango is really amazing, and it's great to see this technology available for the mass market. The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is the first mobile phone to support it, but there will be more OEMs to adopt this technology with more developers developing content for it.

Keep in mind that Google Tango games don't work on any Android phone, maybe some APIs will be supported, but you need to have a dedicated Tango-enabled device to play them. So just have fun browsing through the Tango games and have fun playing AR games on your Tang-enabled device!

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