Freeverse To Make Games With Unity
7:36 AM | Tuncer Deniz | 8 comments
OTEE today announced a partnership with Freeverse Software in which the later will be using the Unity game engine in two of their upcoming games. One of the games is a sequel to one of Freevere’s current offerings, and the other is a totally new title. Both are slated for release this year, and more details will be released soon.
“We have started using Unity for two of our future games, and expect more to follow. The amount of features and ease of use of Unity is exceptional, increasing our competitive edge.” said Colin Lynch Smith, Vice President of Freeverse. “We can create games for multiple platforms that include the latest bells-and-whistles and rock-solid gameplay. No alternatives to Unity exist on the market today.”To learn more about Unity, follow the link below.
“We are committed to providing excellent support to the needs of game developers. Freeverse is the most exciting and creative Mac-publisher at the moment. We’re thrilled by their fresh game concepts, which come to live at an amazing pace in Unity,” said David Helgason, CEO of OTEE.
Unity focuses on providing cutting-edge technologies and making them outrageously simple to use. Whether it’s character animation, physics, or dazzling graphical effects, it’s all available with a few clicks. The flexible and powerful tools combined with an intuitive interface and plentiful documentation set a totally new standard for game development.
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