The Impact Game Engine has yet to be released but PhobosLab has posted a little teaser. Their game, Biolab Disaster, is shown running on an iPhone 3GS with 60 frames a second! How?
Back in March, Epic Games revealed an Unreal Engine running 30 frames per second on an iPhone, this is twice that. Project Sword and Epic Citadel were also shown running around 30 frames per second at the September 1st Apple Event. Imagine the possibilities.
Thanks to Mike Rundle for the tip.
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