A new mind blowing Android application, LiquidSky 2.0. That enables you to play any high resource consuming PC game in your android for free. The cloud gaming is the magic of the digital age that allows anyone to play any game title from any platform. Do you own a smartphone of some years ago in which even the small game Real Racing barely start? No fear: services like this provides solutions in these situations.
LiquidSky 2.0 (in beta) promises of exciting gaming experiences on any device. The development team provides each player a space in the cloud in which he can choose between different titles, so you can switch game without even leaving the app.
LiquidSky 2.0 uses IBM Cloud Service
How does the magic happen? By leveraging the infrastructure made available by IBM. The whole infrastructure consists of powerful servers scattered in every corner of the globe. And this is the passage that differentiates LiquidSky from similar systems come and go in the past.
The more experienced video players will not forget the parable designed by OnLive. That is an identical service except for a “small” unique feature. That is it is not hosted by a global infrastructure that already exists. In which the founders face the exorbitant cost of purchasing, maintaining and server placement.
At the moment the Android application is still in beta state. This service makes use of the infrastructure in the IBM cloud. This way, the games are processed in some datacenter and will arrive at the device of the user using a real connection to Internet. The service was already available to PC users, who could use external processing power on any type of PC.
LiquidSky 2.0 show ads for free credits
LiquidSky will have an open access version. Through this, the users will not have to pay for the service, but they must see publicity. On the other hand, there will be the possibility to buy credits for use for 9.99 $ or pay on a monthly basis of 19.99$.
Finally, being a streaming service, the company recommends having a stable connection. For computers, it states that a connection via Ethernet is preferable. For mobile phones, it suggests a Wi-Fi of 5 GHz or 4G (although in that case, you must have a great plan of data).
LiquidSky 2.0 is already available for download on the Play Store for Android.