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Think Silicon open sources GLOVE: An OpenGL ES over Vulkan middleware

Think Silicon, a firm that delivers ultra-low power graphics IP technology recently open sourced  GLOVE (GL Over Vulkan). GLOVE, a middleware allows Android, Linux, and...

Meet yuzu – an experimental emulator for the Nintendo Switch

The makers of Citra, an emulator for the Nintendo 3DS, have released a new emulator called yuzu. This emulator is made for the Nintendo...

Unity 2018.2: Unity release for this year 2nd time in a...

It has only been two months since the release of Unity 2018.1 and Unity is back again with their next release for this year....

Game developers say Virtual Reality is here to stay

“I don’t want to spend $600 to have a box on my head when I play video games” or “Too many cables, not enough...

CRYENGINE 5.5 preview 3 goes live!

After 400+ improvements, the latest CRYENGINE 5.5 preview 3 is live. Typically, CRYENGINE follows three preview cycles before the stable release. The latest, preview...

Working with Unity Variables to script powerful Unity 2017 games

In this tutorial, you will learn how to work with the different variables available with the Unity 2017 platform. We will show you how...

How to use arrays, lists, and dictionaries in Unity for 3D...

A key ingredient in scripting 3D games with Unity is the ability to work with C# to create arrays, lists, objects and dictionaries within...

How to create non-player Characters (NPC) with Unity 2018

Today, we will learn to create game characters while focusing mainly on non-player characters. Our Cucumber Beetles will serve as our game's non-player characters...

Unity Machine Learning Agents: Transforming Games with Artificial Intelligence

Unity has undoubtedly been one of the leaders when it comes to developing cross-platform products - going from strengths to strengths in developing visually...

Deep Learning in games – Neural Networks set to design virtual...

Games these days are closer to reality than ever. Life-like graphics, smart gameplay and realistic machine-human interactions have led to major game studios up...