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Iron Engine

Iron Engine
Developer(s) Ironclad Games
Operating system Windows
Type Game engine
Website Ironclad Official Website

Iron Engine is a game engine developed by Ironclad Games and is used in the PC game Sins of a Solar Empire.

Features

Iron Engine supports a number of advanced features including per-pixel specular lighting, dynamic fractal generation, post-process bloom filtering, environment mapping, custom pixel and vertex shaders for all meshes and effects and an advanced particle system.

Games using the Iron Engine

Iron Engine v1.0

Iron Engine v2.0

External links

  • Iron Engine features.
  • IronClad games talks about Iron Engine
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