10 platform you should consider before build mobile games

Gaming industries is huge big industries from computing era started. Most of these software support all the platform to publish the game in iOS, Android, Windows Phone with all the console like xBox, Play Station and Wii.

1. Unity 3d

Unity 5 has just been announced for pre-order, and includes the integration of Geomerics’ Enlighten tech, Imagination Technologies’ PowerVR Ray Tracing tech, SpeedTree and revamped audio tools.

Unity is a flexible and powerful development platform for creating multiplatform 3D and 2D games and interactive experiences. It’s a complete ecosystem for anyone who aims to build a business on creating high-end content and connecting to their most loyal and enthusiastic players and customers.


2. Unreal Engine

Unreal Engine 4 is a complete suite of game development tools made by game developers, for game developers. From 2D mobile games to console blockbusters and VR, Unreal Engine 4 gives you everything you need to start, ship, grow and stand out from the crowd.

unreal engine

3. QT

Qt is modern software development must include a cross-platform user experience and that your tech strategy should be based on easy creation of connected devices, UIs and applications that run anywhere on any device, on any operating system at any time – making your end users’ life easier. With Qt, you can do this and more.

qt framwork


4. Cry Engine

CryENGINE® 3 is a highly advanced development solution that surpasses all expectations for the creation of blockbuster games, movies, high-quality simulations, and interactive applications. The third iteration of Crytek’s proprietary engine is the only all-in-one game development solution for the PC, Xbox 360™, and PlayStation®3 that is truly groundbreaking in itself.



5. Project Anarchy

Project Anarchy is a complete end to end game engine and state-of-the-art toolset for mobile. Project Anarchy also comprises a vibrant game development community centered right here at www.projectanarchy.com. Project Anarchy includes an entirely free license to ship your game on iOS, Android and Tizen platforms.

Project Anarchy

6. Marmalade

Marmalade gives you the full power of C++ – whether you’re coding for one platform or many. Perhaps even more importantly, Marmalade means you can concentrate on simply making your game the best it can be, rather than getting distracted by the mechanics of going cross-platform. Enjoy performance, openness, flexibility and great low-level access – with Marmalade.


7. Leadwerks

Leadwerks Software was founded in 2006 to make game development fun and enjoyable. The company launched Leadwerks 3, their first multiplatform product, in April at the GDC 2013 expo. Last summer, the company conducted a successful Kickstarter campaign to bring Leadwerks to the Linux operating system, reaching over 200% of their goal in just six weeks. A concurrent Greenlight campaign for Steam was also successful, making Leadwerks the first 3D game engine approved for distribution on Steam.


8. BigWorld

BigWorld is the world’s leading massively multiplayer online game middleware company focused on next-generation development and tools for the online game space and virtual worlds.

BigWorld Pty Ltd was formed in 2002 to commercialise years of intense R&D, which started in 1999 and continues to this day. Based in Australia, BigWorld has a worldwide game developer base, and an ever expanding global focus, with offices in Australia, Europe, USA and China. BigWorld provides licensees with unrivalled customer support which includes a comprehensive development environment and a team of dedicated staff delivering uality outcomes.


9. ShiVa

ShiVa3D is a 3D game and application development suite that comes in a n easy to use, yet very powerful WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editor. Consider ShiVa the glue between your creative ideas, your art, your code, and the hardware you are targeting. We have put together the following short video for you, so you can get an idea of how comfortable it is to work with our tool:

shiva engine

10. Havok Vision Engine

Havok® Vision Engine is a cross-platform game engine that provides a powerful and versatile multi-platform runtime technology ideally suited for all types of games and capable of rendering extremely complex scenes at smooth frame rates. Providing a well-designed, clean and object-oriented C++ API, the technology includes a variety of features to help developers break through technical barriers, opening up a wide range of possibilities for game development.

havokvision engine

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