Grand Theft Auto III is a NVIDIA Tegra game
But what about the thousands of games that aren't part of the TegraZone program? Nyko's Playground app will help with that. The app will scan your device for games you've already purchased and download the appropriate files to properly map the controller. You'll also be able to browse the Playground to purchase legacy apps and download the corresponding button map. If an app doesn't support Tegra, and isn't featured in the Playground app, you'll still be able to program your own controls. It's not the easiest process in the world, but it is quite clever. First, you must take a screenshot from within your game. Then, load up Playground. You'll be able to touch whatever virtual buttons appear on the screen and assign them to PlayPad's corresponding keys. Given the lack of any real "standards" in the Android gaming scene, Nyko's solution seems to be the most flexible of all. The PlayPad and Playground app will be available later this year.