Written by AndrewH
Not too long ago all of us announced that Havok, who up until then experienced only an engine for making PC/console games, had released a new mobile targeted game development motor called Project Anarchy. This particular engine, as you may be guessing, is designed for designers of 3D mobile games and allows for cross-platform development, similar to Unity3D.
Well Havok has built a dungeon crawling RPG aptly named Task Anarchy and have released the sport onto Google Play today. This is a sort of tech demo however fully playable game hybrid. It is not as short as most tech demos but it isn\’t precisely a huge RPG possibly. Project Anarchy sort of rests there in the middle. What it is good for those, apart from getting a dungeon crawling Role-play game fix, is to really see first hand exactly what the Project Anarchy mobile game development engine can actually do.
Project Anarchy (the engine) is made up of a few different products – Havok Vision Motor for graphics and level editing, Havok Science for collision recognition and ragdolls, Havok Animation Studio for character computer animation and Havok AI for navigation of figures. So it is a pretty total suite of device for making mobile games with.
What\’s really cool with this is that Havok has released the entire source signal and assets with regard to Project Anarchy (the game) which may be downloaded from the official site of the motor. The game is available for free to download off of Google Play (and it\’s pretty enjoyable) and the engine is also readily available for download should you want to start dabbling in game improvement.
Google Play Link: Task Anarchy