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Liquid sky : The future is here

Discussion in 'Mobile Gaming' started by Skand, Feb 28, 2017.

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  1. Skand

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    #1 Skand, Feb 28, 2017
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    hello.! everyone , let's talk about the future of mobile gaming .People usually think about better graphics , high-end games like far cry , fallout 4 etc to come etc , etc ...But get disappointed when they see the mobile version (for eg: take call of duty's mobile version it's more like clash of clans) . If I tell you that the future is here faster than you could think.
    There's this app call Liquid sky (still in beta stage but will be going official this month ) helps you to play your favourite pc games anywhere , anytime and even on any device.
    The app basically provides you a cloud server to play games.The app has broken all barriers between pc and mobile gaming . This beta app is free but has 3 in-app-purchase options :-
    1) free plan:- this plan gives you 3 hours of gaming everyday with 100 gbs of sky storage but with add support. unused credits rollover.
    2)$4.99/month :- no adds with same 100 gbs of storage but with priority support .unused credits rollover.
    3)$9.99/month:- no adds with 1TB of sky storage , no adds and with priority support.
    So choose wisely because the trill of mobile gaming is going to rise .
    links:--
    1) beta sign-up link: LiquidSky
    2)playstore link : LiquidSky PC Cloud Gaming Beta - Android Apps on Google Play
    and dont forget to subscribe to Liquid sky's YouTube channel for tutorials:
     
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  2. Abhiram Shibu

    Abhiram Shibu The Reaper
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    WoW that is a very good idea. And like they did it. I tried this suing splashtop teamviewer and other apps which were not meant for this. And as u have guessed, it didnt go well.

    Theoritically to stream, the pc should be very powerfull, becuase it will compress the screen capture to be send over the network while the games are running.

    Any way its a very bood idea, but indian N standard of WiFi will onply allow upto 60MBPS, idk if its sufficient. Any way i will give it a try... ;-)
     
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  3. Arjun Chandran

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    Wow that's great but I'm not a fan of mobile gaming. :cool:
     
  4. Abhiram Shibu

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    Bro that is PC gaming in mobile. U will get full PC experience in mobile + mobile functions such as accelerometer.

    Ie u will be able to connect a controller to ur mobile like a joystick and pass through it to ur pc. And PC will send u live visuals.


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  5. Skand

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    Yup the thing is worth a shot and as per jio's growth and they are now coming with 5g this can be literally be possible.
     
  6. Arjun Chandran

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    The point is why should i play graphic intensive games on a small screen lol.
     
  7. Skand

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    Sir the main objective of this app is to provide high-end gaming on cheap devices like mobile phones.
     

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