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Old 27th February 2008, 21:57   #1
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Default Havok to Distribute CPU Physics Engine for Free

Havok, a subsidiary of Intel Corp. and a leading developer of physics technologies for video games, has announced that the company will offer the PC version of its physics and animation software product – Havok Complete – for download free of charge.

With the free PC download of Havok Complete, Havok enables broad non-commercial development use for artists and engineers around the world, which Havok believes will boost creative game development throughout the industry. Havok Complete for the PC for non-commercial users will be freely downloadable in May 2008. Havok has entered into an agreement with Intel, Havok’s parent company, under which approved game developers on the PC platform can execute a commercial distribution license with Havok for free.

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