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Havok launches free 3D game engine for mobile
Havok launches free 3D game engine for mobile
June 25, 2013 | By Kris Ligman




Havok has launched its new, free 3D game engine for mobile, Project Anarchy.

Offering free deployment for iOS, Android and Tizen platforms "without commercial restrictions on company size or revenue," the software offers an "industry-leading" suite of animation, AI and physics tools.

Project Anarchy promises an extensible C++ architecture and advanced Lua debugging, as well a customizable asset management system and packed-in tutorials and samples.

Developers interested in downloading Project Anarchy, or checking out Havok's developer resources, should venture over to the official website here.


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Mark Desmarais
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Yessssssssssssss

Michal Puto
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Finally!

Eric Finlay
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It seems there's a lot of movement towards 3D mobile games. Is there any specific reason for this?

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3D is 1.5x more better than 2D.

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