We’re constantly on the lookout for new ways of quickly building environments to use in our prototypes. Ürban Pad prides itself on being one of the fastest ways to rapidly create a 3D city. Let’s find out if reality can match their claims.
PreviewLabs houses a team of proficient programmers. But wouldn’t we be able to prototype even faster when we had no use for code whatsoever? To answer that question, we took a look at GameSalad, a game engine for people with no prior programming knowledge.
In a previous post we talked about the severe limitations of Playmaker but since we’re quite charmed with the possibilities of the technology, we devised a workaround approach that enables us to profit from the best aspects of both Unity3D and Playmaker.
To state that there are a lot of plug-ins available for Unity3D would be quite the understatement. As is to be expected, not everything is useful to a prototyping company so we do a lot of research to look for the stuff that’s right up our alley. On today’s menu: Playmaker.
As a company specialized in rapid game prototyping, we decide on a per-project basis which technology is most suitable. To expand our possibilities, we will be researching a number of engines and middleware solutions, after which we’ll report the conclusion in separate blog posts.