Torque Engine Pricing Changed
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GarageGames has recently announced a new pricing plan for the licensing of their Torque engine, a cross-platform application that has already been used to make a variety of successful titles. The new plan allows any company to purchase a license for only $495 per programmer seat. It also carries no publishing restrictions and is free of royalty payments.
"If Photoshop was priced at $350,000 or even $10,000 how many graphic designers and artists would be able to afford to use it? High end game engine technology should no longer be a custom solution available to just an elite few." stated Jeff Tunnell, President of GarageGames. "Every day I talk to entrepreneurs, educators and game developers who want to license our engine technology and have teams capable of leveraging our technology, now we´ve created a new license that will allow anyone with the imagination to have access to our engine at shrink wrap prices."The new plans does carry some conditions, including requiring that all programmers have a commercial license if the annual revenue exceeds $250,000.
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