Physics Engine For Windows 8.1 And Windows RT 8.1

komires 101 Nov 23, 2013 at 01:09 physics-engines windows game-development native

We are pleased to announce that Matali Physics, advanced 3D physics engine designed for both native and manage code, introduces support for Windows 8.1, Windows RT 8.1 and Visual Studio 2013. The latest update is primarily intended for native code and brings a lot of improvements and fixes for native engine core and native Matali Physics demos.

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Sol_HSA 119 Nov 25, 2013 at 14:02


  • no source code no matter how expensive license you buy
  • basic engine free for non-commercial projects
  • commercial licenses go for 99-599€ depending on how well your business is doing
  • no showcases listed

..all said, I have no idea why I’d pick this over a free physics engine.

komires 101 Nov 25, 2013 at 20:28

We offer for all licensed users (for free):

  • Sample solutions (demos with full source code for all supported platforms) showing how to use the engine. Matali Physics Demo, among others, shows:

    • How to use a physics-controlled 3D sound
    • How to construct a physics-controlled AI
    • How to use a physics-controlled fully dynamic lighting and shading system
    • How to create physics-controlled complex objects and how to transform these objects
    • How to use a fully dynamic heightmaps and water surfaces
    • How to use advanced meshes (Bezier, NURBS)
  • Additional modules
  • Direct technical support
  • Implementation of new functionality on request
  • Support for new platforms (as part of already purchased licenses)

And special offers on upgrades to new major versions of the engine (discounts or upgrades for free)