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by Nick Tylwalk

Unless someone invents a way to convey smells through smartphones and tablets — and the way mobile technology is advancing by leaps and bounds, I wouldn’t completely rule that possibility — the next sense after sight and sound to be more involved in mobile games is touch. Immersion Corporation has been leading the charge on that front with its advancements in haptic technology, and it’s teamed with Google to bring it to even more Android games.

The number of titles to get a dose of Immersion’s TouchSense Engage has recently been increased, so much so that the games now have their own collection within Google Play called “Games You Can Feel.”

http://apptrigger.com/2015/11/06/immersion-google-expand-android-games-you-can-feel/