Epic's high profile engine continues to charm mobile developers

Trendy Entertainment sings UE3’s praises

In a special feature published today on Develop, Trendy Entertainment has been talking about its delight at working with Unreal Engine 3 when making a mobile game.

“Developing mobile games with Unreal technology allowed our small team, with no prior experience on mobile platforms, to produce several titles in just a handful of months – just in time for the holiday season,” says development director Jeremy Stieglitz, who has with his colleagues developed Dungeon Defenders: The First Wave.

The game is the first UDK-powered game to debut on Android as well as the iOS devices.

“Unreal’s combination of robust tools, seamless art-driven pipelines, and powerful graphics has given our team the power to create high-end games which clearly stand out from the crowd," stated Stieglitz.

Click here to read the full feature, which also looks at how Epic’s 1994 IP Jazz Jackrabbit has returned in the form of a UDK mobile development tutorial.

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