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Mon 23 Jan 2012, 9:00

Intel® GPA Tools Help Zombie Studios Pioneer the Free-to-Play Gaming Space


Intel® GPA Tools Help Zombie Studios Pioneer the Free-to-Play Gaming Space
By Nancy Nicolaisen

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In technology, there are innovators and there are pioneers. Innovators see relationships, connect the dots, and leverage opportunities. Pioneers create opportunity from the raw material of experience and insight. Right now, the first-person shooter gaming niche is experiencing an explosive wave of innovation fueled by improvement in parallel processing technology and leaps forward in graphics processors. It takes something special to be a pioneer of the genre—like, for example, someone whose game play involves actual guns, real helicopters, and live ammunition. Such a company is Zombie Studios, developers of the new free-to-play title Blacklight: Tango Down.

Zombie Studios Lead Developer Chance Lyon has been with the company for six years and knows something about battle simulation gaming.

"Both our founders were from high-level military backgrounds. They set out to build a company based on developing virtual reality tools. That eventually that led them into video games. Our company's Serious Games division still creates simulations, virtual reality tools, and a mix of both. We do projects where soldiers ...
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