Emergent pleased with Gamebryo Casual progress
A host of developers have signed up to use the tools just two months after launch
Emergent has revealed that, just two months after launch, a number of developers have already signed up to use the Gamebryo Casual tools on various projects.
The package, which was launched at Games Convention in Leipzig, will be utilised in titles for the PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade, WiiWare and PC platforms, and developers who have licenses include 51.com, Digital Embryo, Digitalic, Hidden Path, Stickmen and Wideload Games.
"There is a wealth of untapped creativity in this industry that has been hindered by skyrocketing development costs of traditional retail releases and the limited capabilities of casual game technology," said Katie Morgan, VP of sales and marketing, Emergent Game Technologies.
"Gamebryo Casual lets us nurture developer talent around the world by giving them the means to bring their big ideas and full featured gameplay to the short format at a reasonable price."