Featuring games, demos, and other applications created using the free Unreal Development Kit.
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Lots of AAA game studios and indie game developers already appreciate the many benefits of the Unreal Engine. But the Unreal Engine’s usefulness is not limited to creating games.
All-female indie darlings Giant Spacekat are set to release their debut game Revolution 60 this coming spring, and from the candy cartoon graphics to the capable Bond girl cast, it promises to be nothing short of a breath of fresh air on the iOS landscape.
Streamline texture production dramatically with Allegorithmic’s Substance Integration.
Epic Citadel is a free downloadable application that showcases the technical capabilities of the award-winning Unreal Engine 3. From the circus bazaar to the sweeping cathedral in the center of town, Epic Citadel dazzles with a visual parade of special effects.
Just Cause Entertainment, a motion capture and animation studio with offices in Los Angeles and Tokyo, creates game cinematics from concept to completion on titles such as “Resident Evil 5” and “Lost Planet 2.”
Yost Engineering, Inc. (YEI) recently revealed its innovative use of Epic’s Unreal Development Kit (UDK) to demonstrate real-time, markerless full-body motion capture as well as head-tracking virtual reality (VR) techniques in richly detailed Unreal Engine 3 (UE3) test environments.
Developed by indie game developer LightHammer, this marketing trailer shows off MudBrick Creative’s top projects of 2012. LightHammer harnessed the power of UDK, and specifically, the Unreal Matinee cinematic system, to create a stunning video composite of its sister company’s best creative campaigns and interactive applications.
Hawken is a multiplayer mech combat game, built with UDK.
Antichamber is a psychological exploration game, set within an Escher-like world.
Talented 3D artist Tor Frick creates amazing things with a single texture and the power of UDK.
Toxic Games UDK-powered game, Q.U.B.E., is a commercial PC game on Steam.
A first-person medieval combat game built with UDK.
Sanctum is a single-player first-person tower defense game set in a beautiful science fiction world.
Renegade-X is a free First Person Shooter, being developed by Totem Arts; a group of volunteers committed to bringing the Command and Conquer FPS experience to the current iteration of the Unreal Engine.
Developed by Cinemax, Gyro13 – Steam Copter Arcade HD is a fully featured, physics-based helicopter arcade game for iOS.
“Wild West meets Mad Max” in this steampunk western third-person shooter for iOS, and PC.
Waves, the breakout indie game developed by Squid in a Box, delivers addictive gameplay peppered with a confetti of striking visuals.
Epic Games Senior Technical Artist Jordan Walker tapped into the muscle of Unreal Engine 3.
Takenaka is Japan’s largest architecture, engineering and construction firm.
Desert Zombie: Last Stand is a third-person shooter for iOS developed with the Unreal Development Kit (UDK) by Melbourne-based Crystalised.
Developed by Epic Games, this new Unreal Engine 3 real-time demo represents what Epic wants to see in the next generation of games.
Created by Luigi Russo, an Italian architecture student.
Epic Principal Artist Shane Caudle takes you through a quick tutorial to demonstrate some of the new features added to UDK for supporting iOS development.
Whizzle is a vertical scrolling puzzle game that demonstrates how to take advantage of UDK’s particle effects, physics system, animation editor and more.
The Ball serves up addictive, puzzle-based first-person action in which players manipulate a mysterious metal sphere to traverse levels and take out enemies.
Prometheus is a mission-based, single-player co-op game in the spirit of “Portal” and “Mirror’s Edge.”
Dungeon Defense is a Tower Defense / Action RPG hybrid created entirely within the UDK in just four weeks.
Planetstorm is a multiplayer scifi war game fought both in space and on the ground, featuring large detailed environments and a beautiful arsenal of innovative military hardware.
Connected Vehicle Research (formerly IntelliDrive) is a program in development by the U.S. Department of Transportation.