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Overview

 Developed and maintained by Terminal Reality, the Infernal Engine has been the game engine powering games on the following current platforms:
  • Playstation 3
  • Xbox 360 
  • PC
It is also scalable to run on:
  • Wii 
  • PSP
  • PS2
 The Infernal Engine editor can actually emulate all of the platforms for development.
 

Description from the developer

"Infernal Engine is the most cross-platform capable, full-featured foundation for building video games. Built from a team of industry veterans at Terminal Reality, a fourteen year independent game developer, Infernal has the features and support you need. Designed to solve today's real game development challenges, Infernal is a unified system, providing superior rendering, physics, sound, AI, and even metrics in a single package. Built from the ground up to optimize the game creation process and to take advantage of today’s complex hardware – the Infernal Engine is the best choice for game developers"
 

VELOCITY Physics Engine

Included in the Infernal Engine and a part of the license is a proprietary physics engine.  The developer claims the collision system "maintains thousands of simulating objects on next-gen hardware." It also feature cloth and hair physics simulation.
 
The destruction and physics capabilities were shown off in Ghostbusters: The Video Game; letting players smash objects, throw objects around and wide variety of other physics interactions.
 

External Links

 
Infernal Engine Official Website

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