NaturalMotion to Speak at Korea Games Conference 2009

SAN FRANCISCO and OXFORD - October 1, 2009

NaturalMotion, the animation technology and game development studio behind the euphoria engine will be presenting a developer session entitled“Mixing Character Animation and Physics with morpheme” at KGC 2009 in Seoul, Korea. Presented by NaturalMotion’s CTO Simon Mack, the session will look at how it is possible to combine runtime character animation with physical simulation to achieve a variety of interesting and useful effects.

“I am delighted with the rapid adoption rate of morpheme we have seen from development studios and publishers around the world and I expect similar levels of success in Korea,” said Torsten Reil, CEO, NaturalMotion.“Our attendance at KGC demonstrates our commitment to the Korean market and we look forward to supporting the country’s talented development community who have had such success, both domestically and internationally.”

NaturalMotion’s KGC 2009 Details

Session: Mixing Character Animation and Physics with morpheme

Date: October 8th, 2009

Location: KGC 2009, COEX, Seoul, Korea

Game developers and publishers should contact NaturalMotion by email at to arrange a meeting.

About NaturalMotion

NaturalMotion Ltd. is a leading entertainment software company with offices in Oxford (England) and San Francisco (California). The company produces the widely-adopted animation technologies euphoria, morpheme and endorphin, used across the game and movie industries by companies such as Rockstar Games, LucasArts, Disney, THQ, CCP, Bioware and many others. Backbreaker, the company’s first in-house game, is currently in production. For further information, visit

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