Unigine has started to rise in popularity amongst most Indie game developer. And for some the, ‘go to’ engine when it comes to creating video games and 3D environments. Unreals Unreal Development Kit (UDK) and Cryteks CryENGINE still have a commanding lead over Unigine in terms of games published.
On Friday March 2nd, 2012 a new French gaming brand titled “Le Game “ was announced at the 2012 Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. Le Game is backed by the French government and funded by the French trade association. Le Game’s official motto is “Uncompromising Creativity from France.” The goals of Le Game are to unite the back bones of the French gaming industry, which have produced such titles as Rayman, Prince of Persia and the MMO Dofus, by recognizing the talent and creativity of the French gaming industry’s professionals. Le Game will continue to be promoted at upcoming gaming events and festivals.
Le Game: presentation
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When new technology is announced there’s a bit of resistance to it but that’s hardly the case for Nintendo it seems. We spoke about Autodesk’s Gameware technology earlier today on the site here, and apparently from whatever Nintendo saw during Autodesk’s conference, that was enough to convince them to enter into a landmark license agreement with Autodesk. Allowing Nintendo to use the software for all future Wii U games.
Under the terms of agreement, Autodesk, Inc. has granted Nintendo the right to provide licensed Wii U game developers with three Gameware products: Autodesk Scaleform middleware for user interface development, Autodesk Kynapse middleware for artificial [...]
Today at GDC 2012, one of the leading companies in 3D animation and artwork unveiled a new line of game development tools for mobile game developers.
Autodesk, Inc. has announced new and enhanced game development middleware from its recently launched Autodesk Gameware product line. The company has extended its mobile game development and artificial intelligence offerings, while providing usability and performance enhancements for existing products.
Autodesk Gameware comprises production-proven solutions that have been used in at least 1,000 games to date, including Eidos-Montreal, a Square Enix company’s “Deus Ex: Human Revolution,” Epic Games’ “Gears of War 3” and Sony [...]