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Physics Engine: PhysX

Group Description

Games using a version of the PhysX engine (formerly named Novodex) by AGEIA Technologies, Inc. to emulate dynamic and unscripted physics. It is an asynchronous multi-threaded physics API taking advantage of multiprocessor gaming systems, but also specifically designed for the PhysX Accelerator add-in card, a hardware physics processing unit.

In February 2008 nVidia Corporation signed a definitive agreement to acquire AGEIA Technologies, Inc. and the graphics card manufacturer now owns the company and its technology.

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Selected Covers

Gothic 3 Windows Front Cover
Front cover for Gothic 3
City of Heroes Windows Front Cover
Front cover for City of Heroes
RocketBowl Windows Front Cover
Front cover for RocketBowl
City of Villains Windows Front Cover
Front cover for City of Villains

Selected Screenshots

Main menu.
Screenshot from Gothic 3
Superhero Flying
Screenshot from City of Heroes
Title Screen
Screenshot from RocketBowl
Selection Screen
Screenshot from City of Villains