Wednesday 16th Oct 2013 – Ashraf Samy Hegab

Ashraf Samy Hegab –

3D Mobile Games Development

Playir is a software engineering start-up that allows users to create and edit their own games via a web browser while simultaneously playing their level with their friends on a phone, tablet, or computer.  The platform enables users to spend less time worrying about the syntax of their code, and more time being creative with game development.

The product allows you to drag and drop your own advanced 3D multiplayer games across any platform. This means you can rapidly design a game on an iPhone, but play it on a BlackBerry or an Android device for example.

Additionally, games can be instantly shared with friends for review, as well as be tweaked in real-time. This gives our users full dynamic in allowing art, user interface, design and code changes to be synchronised even during game play.

Moreover, the product allows content creators to resell their designs and code assets as templates for non-specialists, who can then use it for their own games. (E.g. An artist can use a coder’s car racing game template for their own game).

Drag and drop your own advanced 3D multiplayer games. Available:

See more videos at the following playlist.

Video’s of Talks Wed 16th Oct 2013

Ashraf Samy Hegab – Has worked in the games industry for 7 years, on titles such as 50 Cent Blood on the Sand and BAFTA award winning F1 2010. Then 3 years
in Mobile R&D.

Upcoming Events
24th October – Droidcon’s Democamp.
25th October – MozFest.
30th October – Mozilla’s HQ in San Francisco.
7th November – University of Birmingham

School of Computing Science & Digital Media, Robert Gordon University, Riverside East, Garthdee N118.
13:05 Creating Multiplayer Games
16:05 The Mobile Games Industry

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