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Old 26th July 2006, 11:21   #1
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Microsoft denies physics API rumours

IT SEEMS the easiest way to find out if Microsoft is producing a DirectX physics API is to ask them. And that's exactly what the guys at Maximum PC did.

A leaked issue of the upcoming September edition of the magazine directly quotes Rich Wickham, Director of Windows Gaming Business, as saying Microsoft has "no plans for a physics API", but is merely trying to "be on top of the situation" in the general areas of gaming interest.
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