We're not sure how cloud-based game streaming service OnLive or Mad Catz Interactive Android-based micro-console Mojo are doing, but apparently those two things have teamed up, according to an announcement by OnLive today.
The two companies worked together to make sure that the OnLive’s Android app for the Mojo was optimized to stream PC games from OnLive’s "high-end gaming optimized servers." This gives Mojo users access to over 250 games from OnLive’s PlayPack game service bundle, as well as to their own game libraries using OnLive’s new CloudLift service.
OnLive says that its Android app is fully customized for use with M.O.J.O. and the Mad Catz C.T.R.L.R Mobile Gamepad. Bandwidth caps, which were previously fixed for use on mobile Android devices, are now user-defined and enable 720p60 resolution when connected to an HD TV or monitor.
Details of the games available to play using CloudLift and the OnLive Game Service are available at games.onlive.com/cloudlift. You can also sign up for a free 7-day trial of CloudLift for new users at that site. The new OnLive Android app can be downloaded free from the Google Play store.