"We are very glad about this partnership. AGEIA PhysX technology will be the key to driving our products to the level we've always intended them to be," said Andreas Lenk, technical director at FAKT Software.
"We appreciate the enthusiasm with which the team at FAKT Software has embraced AGEIA PhysX technology," said Kathy Schoback, vice president of content acquisition at AGEIA. "Crazy Machines II promises to be an exciting showcase for the incredible potential of the AGEIA PhysX processor in next-generation games."
With Crazy Machines II, FAKT Software invites users to perform the most daring experiments and explore the world of crazy science. Players can feel the action of kinetic forces while taming liquids and soft objects, enabling them to unleash new ideas without limitations and become the master of the most dangerous chain reactions of the physical world.
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