As we reported yesterday, the guys behind the Havok game engine teamed up with Sony Ericsson to provide better gaming experience for Android users. As a result, today an interesting video demonstrating the power and capabilities of the Havok engine was released.
In the video, Marcus Hansson, a Sony Ericsson representative, demoes a couple of features available to developers using the Havok engine.
First of them is the ability to create destructible environments, which should make games feel more natural. Speaking of natural, the Havok engine also supports rag-doll physics. Lastly demonstrated is the way a game character can be controlled using the XPERIA Play.
Enough talking, here's the video in question
Hopefully, we'll see a finished mobile game using the Havok engine sooner rather than later.Source
To bad play was a failure and it got a support from devs for first few months later anything what came out was poorly optimizEd and eventually everybody forgot it very quickly
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