Vivid Games, publisher of mobile games such as Gyro, is lending its support to Nvidia's Tegra 4-powered Android handheld, Project Shield. Namely, Vivid Games will bring its iOS close-combat game Real Boxing to Android and include support for the system's physical controls.

The boxing game first launched on iOS devices in November 2012, and included a career mode that tasked players with stat-boosting mini-games and over 30 fights for three different championship titles. Vivid Games doesn't have any information (such as a release date) listed for the port, but Project Shield is expected to ship in Q2 of this year.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.