Chrome Engine is a complete game development framework for PC and Xbox 360 (PS3 support coming within few months) utilizing all modern game programming technologies and techniques that are vital for next-gen games creation. The PC engine is optimized for both DirectX 9 and DirectX 10 (Vista). Development is supported by many useful tools that make games creation process simple and effective, the most important being expanded ChromEd. This purely “What You See Is What You Get” editor gives artists and level designers virtually limitless control over how a level will play and allows rapid levels prototyping without touching a single line of code. It is an advanced tool essential for creation of game worlds. The latest fourth incarnation of the engine, evolved through over nine years of development to fit current games industry requirements best.

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vus Jul 12 2009, 8:47pm says:

engine is nice but the artists did a great job too

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PierreOfTheFrench Jul 14 2009, 12:40am says:

Wow that looks fantastic, I remember seeing all the call of juarez vids and was impressed by their graphics, thought it looked a bit like unreal 3 engine but this looks way better.

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LEJiA Aug 13 2009, 4:26pm says:

this is better than unreal 3

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ianster09 Apr 16 2010, 5:50pm says:

iss it just THIS or is it like a weapon fps creator thing

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themightyadam Aug 31 2011, 8:38pm says:

this doesnt make the new call of juarez game looked like **** at e3

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Techland released the first part of the demonstration movie for their 3D game engine - Chrome Engine 4 called “Living Environment”. This incarnation of Chrome Engine evolved through over nine years of development. The engine is purely 'What You See Is What You Geť and allows limitless control over the process of creating game levels. Techland’s latest game - Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood is powered by Chrome Engine 4

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