Taiwan based online game developer/publisher EasyFun Entertainment has chosen the Gamebryo 3D engine to develop its latest titles.
Top Games of 2014
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Rocksmith is the first and only game where players can plug any real guitar with a standard quarter-inch input jack, and play through an in-depth library of music including everything from the latest hits to classic rock songs.
UK based developer Supermassive Games has chosen to partner with Gamebase USA to develop its newest title using the Gamebryo 3-D Engine.
3D videogame engine provider Emergent Game Technologies announced new online capabilities for its Gamebryo and Gamebryo LightSpeed engines, including web browser and networking solutions.
3D game provider Emergent Game Technologies announced multiple engine licensing deals for development of casual and digital downloadable titles.
Boosted with super-human abilities, the player literally becomes the hero of the game. Toss away the gamepad and kick, jump, flip and throw punches against a growing swarm of baddies - Kung-Fu Live is all about hands-free, real-time movement and action.
In Last Flight you play Larry Adelman, a culinary critic who has to fight blood-sucking vampire/zombies (no, not snakes) on a plane. The beat-'em-up title sports cel-shaded graphics. You must cleave your way through hordes of enemies and use the environment to create stakes (max. 4), or slap them around with a whip.
LEGO Universe will include expansive social and community features, as well as character advancement where you'll be able to customize your mini-figs and interact in the universe as any character you choose.
Red Blood is an epic action game that takes place in a future where companies have perfected a new and improved, genetically-altered human race. Players will choose to join one of four countries, each possessing unique character traits and attributes to utilize, with the goal of dominating the globe and putting your country on top.
Set in 2400 A.D. after a meteorite strikes the earth, Wild Planet features a non-targeting combat mode, sci-fi world outlook and punk-styled characters.
3D engine provider Emergent Game Technologies announced a licensing deal with Korean-based developer SmileGate, known for Cross Fire, for use of its Gamebryo for an in-development PC title.
Iris Online is a 3D MMORPG set in a fantasy world where three races, human, spirit, and half-beast co-exist. While cute and charming on the exterior, Iris is a fully-featured MMORPG, including instanced dungeons with special PvP areas for players to explore and conquer, 22 dungeon themes and a monster summoning system!
Howling Sword is a 3D free-to-play fantasy MMO that features a uniquely character-centric quest following one of the four main characters: Alfonso, Chris, Merlin and Ruinell. The game heavily focuses on battle action that specialized with Combo Skill and Transformation System.
IPKeys has selected Emergent’s Gamebryo LightSpeed development system to create counter-IED simulations for the Federal Government's Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization’s Technical Gaming Team.
Radiance Software announced it has signed Emergent’s Gamebryo and Gamebryo LightSpeed development products to develop the recently launched Beach Volleyball Online, and for the upcoming free to play online kart game, Go-Go Racer.
Emergent Game Technologies announced the first update to its Gamebryo LightSpeed game engine development system, which now delivers online multiplayer and networking tools as a fully integrated out-of-the-box solution.
3D game engine provider Emergent has teamed up with Illuminate Labs to integrate its lighting solution Beast into its Gamebryo development suite, allowing it to create high-quality global illumination lightmaps
3D game engine provider Emergent has teamed up with Pixelux Entertainment to integrate the Digital Molecular Matter technology (DMM) into its Gamebryo development suite, allowing it to better simulate material physics.
Emergent Game Technologies announced that four teams from the “Dare to be Digital” international student computer game design competition, where aspiring video game developers from around the world create working prototype games in just a short 9-10 week time frame, will be using its Gamebryo LightSpeed development platform.
AI developer xaitment GmbH and game engine developer Emergent Game Technologies have teamed up to incorporate the German AI solution into Emergent’s recently announced Gamebryo LightSpeed.
THQ has signed a master licensing agreement with Emergent Game Technologies for the use of Emergent development products, including Gamebryo and Gamebryo LightSpeed, by its internal and external development studios.
Emergent Game Technologies has finalized deals with 18 studios around the world, including Tencent, 3D Chat, Sidhe and Straylight Studios, looking to build titles using its Gamebryo middleware development suite, revealing there are currently 150 titles in the works using its engine.
Square Enix has licensed Emergent’s Gamebryo engine for a yet unannounced title, which will be announced at a later date.
Emergent Game Technologies and NVIDIA announced that they have integrated the Emergent Gamebryo game development platform and NVIDIA PhysX technology for Wii game development.
Emergent Game Technologies will introduce its new Gamebryo LightSpeed engine at GDC, the first offering from Emergent focused on the needs of designers, delivering top-to-bottom professional grade software for start-to-finish multi-genre game development.
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