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Vision Engine Offers Entertainment Stimulus Package

by Rainier on Feb. 19, 2009 @ 9:54 a.m. PST

Vision Engine developers Trinigy announced its Entertainment Stimulus Package (ESP) program which will be made available to qualifying professional game developers. Under the ESP program, promising developers will be given access to the latest Vision 7.5 engine for a period of 3 months instead of the usual 30 days, to help them build a prototype and secure a publishing deal.

Trinigy, an independent company and leading supplier of 3D game development engines, today publicly announced its Entertainment Stimulus Package (ESP) program which will be made available to qualifying professional game developers.

In the recent tough economic times many experienced game developers have been regrouping and starting new game companies. The ESP program aims to help these developers achieve their goals. Developers have a very limited time-frame to prove themselves and catch the attention of a big publisher. Using cutting-edge and robust multi-platform technology means developers can benefit from years of development and focus on building and pitching their game.

The Vision 7.5 SDK is usually available for a free 30 day evaluation. Under the ESP program, promising developers will be given access to the latest Vision 7.5 engine for a period of 3 months to help them build a prototype and secure a publishing deal.

Vision Engine 7.5 is available for PC (DX9, DX10), PS3, Xbox360, Wii and is also an ideal solution for developers looking at online distribution.

A limited number of teams will be selected and several high-profile crews have already qualified for the ESP program. Interested teams can contact Trinigy or meet in person at GDC (North Hall, #6422) for more information.

“With all the economic issues going on right now, we felt that it is time to close ranks and pro-actively back game developers.” says Daniel J. Conradie, President & CEO at Trinigy US. “Thus, we took the initiative and initiated ESP. We’ve received overwhelming responses from veteran teams and we are glad to make ESP publicly available now”.

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