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Spinor unveils Shark 3D engine

CEO Folker Schamel describes the tool as "breaking ground" in visual editing and customisation

Spinor, the videogame engine developer, has announced the new version of its Shark 3D engine, responsible for powering around 25 games including classic adventure title Dreamfall.

Additions made to the previous version of the engine include a visual shader editor and the Live-Live feature, which allows users to customise tools themselves.

"Shark 3D is breaking new ground in visual editing and rapid tool customisation," said Folker Schamel, CEO of Spinor.

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