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Dassault Syst?mes launches social 3D game application on Facebook

MUMBAI: France-based Dassault Syst?mes (DS) has announced that Billions, Save Them All, its first title built on the new 3DVIA Studio engine, was launched on Facebook Platform.


Billions is a 3D action/puzzle game made unique by the combination of dreamlike art and innovative gameplay where players construct 3D cube bridges and walk on all sides. It is a 3D game that stands out in the predominantly 2D Facebook Platform world.
 
In Billions, players compete for high scores with friends and other Facebook users. By assuming the role of a Glow Agent, players navigate through increasingly difficult levels to save Mogaloos, a race of cuddly, cube-like creatures. Puzzle-solving skills are a must to reach checkpoints quickly, saving as many Mogaloos as possible while building bridges with as few cubes as possible.


Dassault Syst?mes CEO, 3DVIA Lynne Wilson says, “Billions is an excellent example of what 3DVIA Studio is capable of and supports our mission to empower anyone to create and communicate in 3D. In just a few short months, a very small development team built and published a visually-stunning, fully 3D application that runs in real-time on Facebook Platform. This is the future of game development.” 
 
33DVIA Studio brings the power of an AAA engine to an easy-to-use framework. With rapid prototyping, development and publishing capabilities, as well as seamless integration with 3DVIA.com for hosting, distribution and access to a community of more than 190,000 users who can test and promote applications, 3DVIA Studio is a perfect tool for indie developers.


In addition, user-generated applications created with 3DVIA software and hosted on 3DVIA.com can easily be published straight to Facebook Platform and played through a dedicated, sharable Facebook URL.
 

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