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Submitted by RIPSKATEDESTROY 109d ago | news

Cocos2d-x Engine Runs up to 70 Percent Faster on ARM-based Smartphones and Tablets

Chukong Technologies, which powers seven out of the ten top grossing games in China, and ARM, the world's leading semiconductor intellectual property supplier, today announced a partnership to optimize games built in Cocos2d-x for ARM-based devices. Cocos2d-x is an open-source, cross-platform game engine developed and maintained by Chukong Technologies, which has been downloaded more than 1.1 million times by developers such as Wooga, Zynga, Gamevil and more. The collaboration demonstrates Chukong Technologies’ commitment to incorporating the most advanced backend technology and give developers the power to build the fastest, cleanest mobile gaming experiences. (Android, Casual games, iPad, iPhone, Mobile)

Agent_hitman  +   109d ago
Yeah it's faster, but how bout the battery life???
dcj0524  +   109d ago
That's always the question.

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