DualBoot Games Optimizes Season Zen HD for Intel® AtomTM Tablets for Android*

A plush, Japanese garden can now create a pleasant backdrop on Android* tablets.

In an exciting announcement, DualBoot Games revealed that Season Zen HD, the ravishing 3D wallpaper app is now compatible with Intel® AtomTM tablets for Android*.  This lovely, verdant garden scene can now be downloaded instantly for mobile device users.

This live wallpaper application offers an animated display of  a Sakura Park, complete with cherry blossoms, a burbling brook and nesting birds.  Many customizable presets make it easy to modify details like leaves, a park bench or a flitting butterfly.

Season Zen HD offers all four magnificent seasons so the visual possibilities are endless.

The Intel® Developer Zone offered guidance in the optimization process so that Season Zen HD works perfectly on high-resolution Android* tablets.  The flowing animation fully realizes the serenity of the park scene, thanks to the development team at DualBoot Games.

“Our mission is to provide a little peace for mobile device users by recreating pleasant images from nature,” says Jeff De Puy, Art Director of DualBoot Games.  “The compatibility with Android* tablets enables the Season Zen HD app’s graphics and animation to really sparkle and the touch capabilities make it so easy to alter the settings.  We are thrilled with the results.”

Season Zen HD is available for immediate download on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dualboot.apps.springzen

About DualBoot Games:

DualBoot Games is based in Canton, Massachusetts and specializes in true 3D and HD screensavers and wallpaper.  For more information visit: http://dualbootgames.com/

About the Intel Developer Zone

The Intel Developer Zone supports independent developers and software companies of all sizes and skill levels with technical communities, go-to-market resources and business opportunities. For more information, visit: https://software.intel.com/

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