Vancouver, BC, Canada - Gekido Design Group (GDGi) announces 'Beyond Virtual Indie', a low-cost version of their next-generation Beyond Virtual Game Development Platform, the core technology behind the award winning video game, Steer Madness.
Bringing all of the powerful features from their existing commercial Beyond Virtual technology into the Indie arena, with features such as Real-time Editing, a Zero-Pipeline Art Import and Develop Once, Deliver Everywhere paradigm for cross-platform development, Beyond Virtual Indie promises to simplify the game creation process while providing everything needed in a single package to make a top-notch game.
Beyond Virtual Indie provides the Indie development community never before seen ease of use and scalability. Several projects are already underway with the power of Beyond Virtual under the hood.
For more information about the upcoming Beyond Virtual Indie release, please email email@example.com or visit: http://www.beyondvirtual.com
GDGi have created a freely available game demo, available from www.beyondvirtual.com. Demonstrating both First Person and Racing Game modes, the Demo Game provides developers with examples of many of the features available in the BV Indie Release.
The BV Indie release is scheduled for release at the end of January, 2006 and will be available for purchase from the Beyond Virtual website at http://www.beyondvirtual.com.
About Gekido Design Group Inc (GDGi)
Originally founded in 1996, the Gekido Design Group has played a primary role in introducing open source technology to the game industry through our sponsorship and mentoring of developers around the world. Since incorporating in mid-2003, GDGi has become one of the premiere providers of advanced middleware solutions and educational courseware for the game and entertainment industry.