If you're looking for a new smartphone or tablet to enjoy the next generation gaming experience, can now look to Windows Phone 8 as one of the most featured competitor. As presented by Microsoft in the early afternoon of Wednesday (20th June), the new version of its operating system has native support for DirectX, which makes it perfect platform for game development. This means that the studios will have much more freedom to work on building their projects, giving a much more beautiful and realistic technology. Moreover, this also makes it easier to port apps between iOS and Android and can easily ported to Windows Phone 8.
In other words, the technology will allow developers more freedom to work with certain tools, as well as some popular graphics engines. Autodesk is the case and Havok, who presented some of the possibilities that Windows Phone 8 offers in the construction of a new game. Scenes of 3D physical simulation, high realism and interaction with characters are just some examples of what we see in games released for the new generation of smartphones and tablets from Microsoft.
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