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|7th August 2008, 17:11||#1|
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Microsoft unleashes Havok
MICROSOFT HAS signed a licensing deal with the graphics physics folk Havok.
The deal makes the Havok's core Physics, Animation and Behaviour products available to Microsoft internal studios and all its development partners worldwide.
Microsoft game developers will receive Havok Animation, Havok's physics engines and software tools.
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