NDL, a developer of 3D graphics technology for the computer and video game industry, announced today that it has issued a publishing license of its Gamebryo 3D graphics engine and toolkit to Vivendi Universal Games. The agreement, which covers all major game platforms, will allow Vivendi Universal Games' development teams to create unique and compelling interactive content for the PC and video game console systems.
Vivendi Universal Games is a leader in the video games industry and the selection of Gamebryo further validates NDL's position in the market, said Lars Bishop, Chief Technology Officer of NDL. Gamebryo is designed to have a flexible game development framework that easily fits into the team's production pipeline and their way of designing games, saving many months in the development cycle and cost.
The Gamebryo 3D graphics toolkit and engine empowers game developers to focus their energy and resources on what is most important to them: Creating great gameplay and compelling 3D content. Gamebryo's extremely flexible framework enables developers to more efficiently create cutting-edge, compelling titles for Windows, Xbox video game system from Microsoft, PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system, and Nintendo GameCube, Gamebryo is based on NDL's NetImmerse technology, which has been used to develop more than 60 titles; including blockbuster hits that have won numerous industry awards, such as Mythic Entertainment's Dark Age of Camelot, Bethesda Softworks' The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, and Irrational Games' Freedom Force.