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Firefox update adds support for Unreal Engine

Today's release of Firefox 22.0 introduces official support for 3D gaming via Epic's Unreal Engine, among other significant additions. Mozilla outlines the update at its official blog, noting that a "supercharged subset of JavaScript" (asm.js) powers high-performance applications like 3D games...

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Unreal Engine 3-powered Epic Citadel now playable in browsers

Epic Games has released an HTML5 version of its Unreal Engine tech demo Epic Citadel. Currently, the project is optimized for Firefox Nightly version 23 or above, so make sure your browser is up to spec before you check it out. Collaborating with an engineering team at Mozilla, Epic developed a ...

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Epic Citadel runs faster, maps bumpier in Clovertrail+ demo

Epic Games hasn't abandoned Epic Citadel for Android phones, today demonstrating the engine running on Intel's new dual-core Atom Processor Z2580 chip, part of a series codenamed Clovertrail+. In the above demo video, Epic Citadel tops out at 61 frames per second. The demo shows off Epic Citadel'...

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'Epic Citadel' tech demo now on Android

Android users still can't partake in the acclaimed slashing hijinks of Epic Games' mobile showpiece Infinity Blade or its sequel, but they can walk around its medieval setting and watch things, like, render and stuff, now that Epic Citadel is available for free on Google Play and the Amazon Appstor...

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Unreal Engine 3 now on Windows 8 and Windows RT

If you still have the capacity to be surprised by learning that Unreal Engine 3 now runs on a new thing, prepare to be surprised. Unreal Engine 3 now runs on both Windows 8 and Windows RT, Epic has announced. It's not exactly shocking that Epic's workhorse engine is on Windows 8, though the news is...

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Unreal dev kit adding iOS support, Epic Citadel downloaded 1 million times

Well, that didn't take long. Less than a week after Apple announced that it would "relax" some of its iOS restrictions, allowing the use of third-party app creation tools, among other things, comes the following announcement from Epic Games, straight out of the Korea Games Conference: "We announced...

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Epic talks Project Sword, Unreal Engine on iPhone, and Apple TV as a game console

Following yesterday's dramatic announcement of Project Sword for iOS -- and the dramatic release of the free Epic Citadel tech demo -- Gamasutra spoke to Epic's Mike Capps about the games and the platform. Capps said that putting Unreal Engine 3 content on iPhone wasn't as hard as it seemed, thanks ...

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