T.E.C. 3001 Game for NVIDIA Shield Devices Is A Cosnole-Quality Masterpiece



If you sport a Tegra-powered NVIDIA SHIELD device and fancy quality games that don’t sell cheap, we have a suggestion you might appreciate. T.E.C. 3001 is often compared to Temple Run in a way that it is an endless runner in its core, but look at the screenshots and trailers, and tell me it does not look spectacular.

The gameplay is so intense you will want this game on your Oculus Rift or Gear VR. Any fan of TRON must check this out since T.E.C. 3001 is a visual descendant of the 2009 movie. Besides the infinite running mode, T.E.C. 3001 features missions mode, and while doubters still muster the $5.28 price tag, the daring folks are singing odes to the visual masterpiece and a seriously hardcore gameplay.


Besides the intense atmosphere and all that dashing and running, the game features different color pallets, and you will marvel at how the world around you changes shades of orange, grey, green and red, which turns into a psychedelic and dazzling experience, and an unprecedented visual treat.

If you value visual presentation and the games like Osmos HD, Auralux or Unpossible hit that sweet spot between playability and a treat to your senses, so will T.E.C. 3001. It combines a challenging gameplay with stylish aesthetics, awesome soundtrack and an overall air of simplicity that is always ingenious.

T.E.C. 3001 is available on Google Play and TegraZone, and is priced at $5.28 for NVIDIA SHIELD devices only. Note that it requires a Bluetooth or NVIDIA SHIELD Wireless controller.


T.E.C. stands for Tesla Energy Collector, and T.E.C. 3001 is a cutting-edge robot that was designed to collect the little energy that is left on the planet for his masters, the humans. The game features 41 levels, 12 free run bonus levels, four game modes – free, drag, speed and endless, as well as achievements, leaderboards, and a special treat of 14 unique soundtracks to pump up your blood pressure.


One of the players on Google Play said it’s as if Temple Run ‘after taking the Red Pill,’ and the game looks incredible when played on a big-screen TV and offers console quality gaming, which in this respect does not look overpriced a tiny bit.

What do you say – does T.E.C. 3001 look dazzling to you? Are you planning to buy, or have you already played it and made up your mind? Share your impressions in the comments below!