Undisclosed 'flying game for major US publisher' adopts the tech

Trickstar Games chooses Fork Particle

Australian outfit Trickstar Games has licensed Fork Particle for its upcoming, as yet unannounced project.

The studio said it was using Fork Particle for enhanced visual effects in an “upcoming flying game title in development for a major US publisher”.

“Fork Particle provides the right tools we need to create impressive particle effects for our game,” said Trickstar technical director Thomas Mayer.

“The Fork run time technology is cross platform and flexible,” he added.

“We are able to make game specific customisations with ease. Our project requires spectacular graphics quality and Fork’s particle effects solution delivers the kind of graphics realism we are looking for.”

Fork Particle technology is supported for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 systems.

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