Power Game Factory Update Adds Universal Binary Support
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Sawblade Software has released version 1.1 for its Power Game Factory game design software for Macintosh. The update includes a variety of new features and enhancements including sprite painting tools, enhanced character physics, and the ability to create Universal Binary applications. Power Game Factory allows users to design side-scrolling action games without the need to program.
The new version 1.1 offers 55 new features and enhancements, including built-in sprite painting tools, enhanced character physics, and the ability to create Universal Binary game applications that run at full speed on all Macintosh systems. And for the first time, the Power Game Factory game engine source code is being included for no additional charge, dramatically expanding game creation possibilities.Power Game Factory is available on CD or by direct download for $54. Both CD and digital download feature the bundled Greenland Invasion and Zombie Holiday game projects, included to demonstrate the software's capabilities. The purchase also includes documentation, an included beginner's tutorial, and a content library offering pre-made game objects that can be added to any project.
Power Game Factory applies the latest technologies to the proven 2D platformer game genre. Games made with the software combine detailed sprite graphics and lifelike physics with time-tested gameplay, making Power Game Factory the ideal system for constructing compelling, truly playable Macintosh games.
Power Game Factory is a robust game development environment: projects can range from simple to grandiose, with the capacity for hundreds of levels and hours of gameplay. Completed game projects are compiled into self-contained game applications which may be distributed royalty-free.
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