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Submitted by shepard2186 760d ago | news

Full Suite of Havok Tools Now Available on Wii U

Oprainfall writes: "The Havok Physics engine is prominently used in the AAA sector of the gaming industry. It is part of a suite of game development tools, only part of which was available for Wii U developers on the fledgling console’s launch, likely making it a bit harder to port some multi-platform games. So you can probably imagine how relieved some of them might be now that the full suite of Havok tools is now available on the Wii U." (Dev, Havok, Wii U)

PopRocks359  +   760d ago
Yeah, some good news. Meanwhile three duplicate stories about the Wii U are taking up the most heat today. Makes perfect sense. /s
gpturbo81  +   760d ago
kids these days...
user4693217   760d ago | Spam
profgerbik  +   760d ago
I would expect this. Just saying, I mean Havok has been around forever now.
TheSaint  +   760d ago
About ten years.
Nevers0ft  +   759d ago
Havok was even used in some Wii games (Boom Blox was one IIRC) but I *think* the news here is that it's the entire Havok toolset, not just a few bits here and there... Because otherwise you're right, it's not news.

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