The Dunia Engine is a game engine designed by Kirmaan Aboobaker while working at Crytek. It is based on the CryEngine but was heavily modified by the Ubisoft Montréal development team for use in Far Cry 2. A reworked and modified version of the Dunia Engine is used for James Cameron's Avatar: The Game. Assassin's Creed II and Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood also use Far Cry 2's vegetation technology, though they don't use the Dunia Engine itself (instead opting to run on Anvil). Dunia means "world" or "earth" in Arabic, Farsi, Bengali, Hindi, Urdu, Swahili and Malay languages.

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