by Rajesh Pandey | Sunday, 30th Oct 2011 Android gamers, here is some good news for you. One of the most anticipated games for the Android platform, Shadowgun finally landed in the Android Market a couple of days ago. The game comes from the developer of Samurai II – Madfinger Games – whose name is associated with quality games. In Shadowgun, users play the role of John Slade, who is the Galaxy’s most infamous bounty hunter. The role of John’s (user’s) is to hunt down and kill Dr. Edgar Simon. The game has amazing graphics, probably among the best you will ever see in an Android phone. The sad part is that the game only supports Tegra 2 devices for now. Non-Tegra 2 handset owners need to wait for a few more weeks, until Madfinger releases a version that is compatible with all other Android devices. Here is the market link of Shadowgun. In other gaming related news, Gameloft has released Tintin HD on the Android Market as well. As the name suggest, the game is based on the recently released movie, based on Tintin. The game has a typical Gameloft feel to it, and like most other games from the company, the controls of the game are pretty tough. The graphics of the game is also like any other Gameloft game. The game is not yet available in all regions of the world, so users need to wait until Gameloft releases the game worldwide. Alternatively, they can buy the game from Gameloft’s website as well. In some Android app news, two popular apps – Winamp and 360 – also got some major updates. The new version of 360 brings a portrait mode, and a higher resolution panorama mode, along with a high quality and normal quality mode. The upload speeds of Panorama have also been decreased, along with the usual stability improvements. 360 for Android can be downloaded from here. The new updated version of Winamp for Android brings quite a lot of new features including syncing with Winamp for Mac, and touch sensitive album art gesturing. With this app, Winamp also gets an in-app Pro version worth $4.99. The pro version will give users access to a 10-band graphic EQ, customizable home screen, FLAC support, Reply gain, and much more. Winamp for Android can be downloaded from here.