CopperCube for Game Developers released as Beta

Vienna, Austria - May 31 2013 - Ambiera just announced the release of "CopperCube for Game Developers" as beta version, a feature complete preview of the 3D game editor which now includes extended support for scripting across all publishing targets.

CopperCube is a 3D editor for creating 3D games and apps. It focuses on a user friendly interface which also makes it possible create 3D apps without programming, but since this version, CopperCube can now also seriously be used by programmers, game developers and people with scripting skills: The just released free update 4.0.4 of CopperCube includes the beta version of the major new addition "CopperCube for Game Developers". The changes include:

 - Unified scripting interface. All publishing targets (Windows .exe, Mac OS X .app, WebGL app, Flash .swf and Android app) can now can be

 scripted using JavaScript with the same API. This means all code written for extending 3D apps will now work on all other targets.

 - CopperCube now supports creating own actions and behaviors. Sharing and downloading new behaviors and actions from the internet is also possible now. These new behaviors are called 'scripted' behaviors and actions, are written in JavaScript, and work on all publishing targets. Apart from a small performance penalty, these actions and behaviors work just like the already built-in ones.

Besides this beta, this free 4.0.4 update of CopperCube also includes the following new features

 - Multi touch support on the Android target

 - Generated WebGL .js code is 50% smaller, startup time is now about 30% faster

 - Possibility to control the system sound volume and collision details using runtime variables

 - Improved COLLADA import

 - And many more small improvements and bug fixes.

About CopperCube

Coppercube imports 23 different 3D file formats and is able to create interactive 3D apps with physics, lighting, game AI and more. No programming knowledge is necessary for creating apps with CopperCube. The editor includes a simple Behavior/Action system with that enables the 'scripting' of complex processes.

Pricing and availability

CopperCube offers a free trial period of 14 days, after which you can purchase the Light Edition for 99 Euro, or the Professional Edition for 299 Euro.


About Ambiera

Ambiera e.U. is a software development company specialized in multimedia, web and 3D software. Since its foundation, Ambiera has helped creating more than 200 computer and video games, and probably even more commercial specialized software such as e-learning applications, architectural visualizations, and websites. Ambiera e.U. is located in the heart of Europe, in Austria / Vienna.



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