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Recent articles about Havok
Software giant says it will continue to license the physics engine to developers
Users of Havok's 3D mobile engine benefit from Autodesk's UI solution
Product head says generational shift an opportunity for all middleware even as mobile erodes money spent on AAA games
"Delighted to be able to offer professional grade tools to mobile devs for free"
Middleware companies join forces
Two teams to integrate by end of August
Mike Walsh joins German AI specialist
Physics and engine tools sign up for Sony's new handheld
New studio to be headed by Thomas Jakobsen
Physics middleware gets modular Strike Program
Intel-owned physics emulation company buys middleware tech
Existing board member David Coghlan to lead award-winning middleware company
MD of Irish tech firm to step down after 7 years to "pursue other business interests"
Krome Studios first to take advantage of new affordable scheme
Havok's first middleware partnership aims to increase creative and technical freedom for users
Two-year contract will see the game engines used in Deep Silver's largest global multi-platform launch
Carnival Games sequel and more to feature physics software
Intel's recently announced acquisition of middleware developer Havok cost the company USD 110 million (EUR 79.4m) according to TVC Holdings.
Intel is to acquire videogame and movie software specialist Havok.
Havok 4.5 will go on show at GDC in San Francisco next week, with the company using a brand new demo to show off the enhanced behavioural engine.
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