Mobile gaming is soon to get a facelift: In-Fusio will be introducing the world’s first mobile games engine that supports Flash-like graphic software. This means that gamers will be able to play games that use scripted graphics on their mobile handset.
Native Technologies developed the software specifically for wireless applications; In-Fusio has now decided to integrate the new animation software into its ExEn games engine.
The technology allows for 15 frames per second, which will be enhanced by Native’s software. Images will have smoother rotation and increased fluidity of movement as a direct advantage of using vector animation.
Users who have ExEn technology will be able to download games onto their phone via their mobile operator. In-Fusio has claimed that the download will take no more than three minutes to complete. This could be a hit, making mGaming less dependent on quick transfer rates.