Game publisher and developer MicroProse partnered with UNIGINE to apply the 3D real-time engine for game development.
Engine and Render Programmers from the Snowdrop team discussed the release of next-gen consoles and its influence on game engines and technical features, including Snowdrop.
Check out the key features of the new game engine in the beta version.
Vasily Vlasov talked about his experience of working in Unigine and real-time engines in general, their advantages and challenges.
Denis Shergin, CEO at UNIGINE, talked about the improvements and new features they've added to UNIGINE Engine including the new terrain system, multi-channel rendering system upgrade, and a free version of the software UNIGINE 2 Community Edition.
Branislav Grujic and Daniel Ebanks shared a handful of technical details and their approach to art in the game project TANKHEAD.
Jóhannes Ágúst Magnússon did a breakdown of his Female Character project and shared a few useful tutorials that helped him along the way.
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