Unreal Development Kit

Articles about Unreal Development Kit ( UDK ) — a free set of tools for game development and real-time visualization, based on Epic's award-winning Unreal Engine 3.

UDK Eventually Will Get Android Support

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UDK ( Unreal Development Kit ) логоMark Rein, vice-president of Epic Games, in phone interview to Gamasutra said that Unreal Development Kit eventually will get Android support and this feature is still in development, disproving the rumors that development of support for Google's mobile OS in UDK is stopped.

Unreal Development Kit ( UDK ): Royalty Threshold Raised to $50,000

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UDK LogoUnreal Development Kit ( UDK ), a free set of tools and complete framework for game development, advanced visualizations and 3D simulations, based on Unreal Engine 3, becomes even more attractive for developers with new licensing terms by Epic. Mark Rein, vice-president of Epic Games, in official forum stated that licensing terms of UDK are changed — revenue threshold was raised by 10 times and now it's $50,000 instead of $5,000.

In this way UDK looks like even more attractive tool for game developers — raising revenue threshold should help new companies to keep more funds from their projects in the beginning and get on their feet before they should pay royalties to Epic.

First Unreal Engine 3 Game for Android Released

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Unreal Engine 3 Logo Unreal Engine 3, a very powerful game engine from Epic Games, is finally reached Android platform — Trendy Entertainment, game developer company and UE3 licensee, released their Dungeon Defenders tower defense-style game with Action/RPG elements in Android Market Place. Few days before this game also was released for iOS devices — in AppStore.

With this game released Unreal Engine 3 officially supports game development for PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, iOS and Android.

Unreal Development Kit ( UDK ) Supports iOS

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UDK LogoDecember update for Unreal Development Kit ( UDK ), a free edition of Epic's Unreal Engine 3, brought long-awaited support for iOS and Apple's devices that runs on it — iPhone, iPad and iPod. Let me remind you that updates for UDK published each month and includes new features along with bug fixes. 

Also previously in this month Epic released for AppStore a new game called "Infinity Blade", that was built using this game engine and it's support for iOS devices.

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