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tech: An open spec game platform?
Posted on Sunday, October 16 @ 15:51:55 CEST by julian

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In the vein of 'open source hardware' like the open spec video card a new company by the name of Gamix continue the push with an open specification gaming platform.

From their site:

Gamix is a revolutionary concept who's time has come: An open videogame platform specification.

Open to anyone and everyone, Gamix offers a superior gaming platform without restrictive licensing costs. It is our passionate belief that by giving developers and hardware manufacturers a completely open market, creativity and innovation will thrive. The business model of large companies with proprietary systems controlling the profitability of independent game developers will not be able to compete.


An ambitious yet worthwhile quest, if only to hack at the borders of a heavily patrolled hardware market.

 
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