Game development software is something that has always interested me because I have always been a big fan of video games. Growing up, my sister and I would playgames together. So overall, video games have always been a big part of my life. With my desire to play these video games, the thought was always in my mind of how was this made? What programs were used to make this? Questions like this always crossed my mind. I like to read blogs from game developers, game consumers, etc. I read these because it gives me a look into the world of building games. When I was younger, I wanted to be a game developer for companies like Bethesda,Obsidian, etc. In having this desire, I did my research into many different gamedevelopment software programs to see how things are done. Some of these programs included Unreal Engine, and Unity Game Engine.
Unreal Engine The first generation Unreal Engine was developed by Tim Sweeney, the founder of Epic Games.The big goal with the Unreal technology all long was to build up a base of code that could be extended and improved through many generations of games. Meeting that goal required keeping the technology quite general-purpose, writing clean code, and designing the engine to be very extensible. The early plans to design an extensible multi-generational engine happened to give us a great advantage in licensing the technology as it reached completion. After we did a couple of licensing deals, we realised it was a legitimate business. Since then, it has become a major component of our strategy. In August 2005, Mark Rein, the vice-president of Epic Games, revealed that Unreal Engine 4 had been in development since 2003. Until 2008, development was "basically" done by Sweeney. The engine targets the eighth generation of consoles, PCs, and Tegra K1-based devices running Android announced in January 2014 at CES. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unreal_Engine
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