Chinese developer praises both tech and Emergent's publisher networking

Radiance signs up Gamebryo

Chinese developer Radiance has adopted Emergent’s Gamebryo Lightspeed technology.

The firm has used the engine for recently-released title Beach Volleyball Online, and it will also power the forthcoming free-to-play ‘casual off-road racing game’ Go-Go Racer.

“Gamebryo is Radiance’s technology of choice because it’s proven and currently used by some of the biggest studios in China. In my past experience at a large studio in China we used Emergent’s tech and created numerous games with this flexible technology,” said Monte Singman, CEO of Radiance Software.

Singman also praised Emergent’s efforts to matchmake the game with global publishers: “An added advantage is that Emergent has used their network to introduce our games to potential publishers which has expanded our breadth of exposure to the international games market.

"We are extremely happy with the continued support to our business, even after the sale, which is the true test of a partnership rather than just a vendor/customer relationship.”

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