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Emergent Signs Multiple Partnerships

Emergent Game Technologies, the company responsible for the Gamebryo graphics engine, which is used in many titles including Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, has teamed up with development tool providers Allegorithmic, Anark, Scaleform and Quazal.

The four companies will have their tools integrated with the Gamebryo engine.

"Our customers are going to be delighted with the power and functionality these new partnerships will lend to their development efforts," said Emergent CEO Geoffrey Selzer. "Our mission is to advance the craft of game development, and as part of that we're constantly working to ensure that our customers have access to best-of-breed solutions through our products, and each of these partnerships reflects that strategy. We're proud to be associated with each of these companies and their products. This is further evidence that the market is validating our comprehensive approach to game development."

Anark's Gameface, the 3D user interface development tool and runtime, has been integrated with the Gamebryo engine, as well as Scaleform's cross-platform user interface and scalable vector graphics engine.

Emergent has also integrated Allegorithmic's procedural texturing library, ProFX, with Gamebryo. In addition, Emergent has agreed to be a reseller of ProFX. The exclusive agreement will offer a 50 percent discount on ProFX when bundled with Gamebryo.

Finally, Quazal has partnered with Emergent to provide various Quazal products, including the lobby-implementation tool, Spark!Game developer tool supplier Emergent, the company behind the Gamebryo engine, has partnered up with four providers of game development technology

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