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It’s important for developers to deliver the best possible performance and power efficiency for their Android games. With the addition of native x86 Android support in Unity*, Square Enix was able to take advantage of the new feature with their popular title “Hitman GO”—one of the first games published with x86 Android native support developed with Unity. In this session we will discuss how Hitman GO’s “design by constraints” philosophy allowed the developers to deliver a polished, high-end experience to mobile devices. We will then walk the audience through adding x86 support to a previously ARM*-only project. Finally, we will show how to use Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers toolset to provide the best possible user experience, ensuring that users on the top tablet silicon achieve the highest power and performance. Developers will come out of this presentation with new insights about the Android ecosystem and tools/techniques to optimize their apps to provide a better experience on all levels of hardware to reach as many end users as possible.