Friday, February 11, 2011

Trinigy expands its game engine to mobile markets

Here’s a sign of just how popular mobile, handheld and browser games have become – game engine developer, Trinigy, is extending its previously console-specific Vision Game Engine to more casual platforms for play.

The Vision Engine has been used already to create games on Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii, and the downloadable platforms for each console.

Now, development has become on an iOS version of the Vision Game Engine, and work has already begun on another yet-to-be-announced handheld device (our bets are on Android).

These join the WebVision platform that has already been launched to allow browser-based game development.

In a release, Trinigy general manager, Felix Roeken, said “we’ve always believed that technology should enhance, not hinder, creativity in game making, which is why we’ve built such a modular, cross-platform technology.”

For those interested, you’ll be able to check out the Trinigy booth at the upcoming GDC conference (booth 1810).

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