Epic Citadel: Unreal Engine 3 Running on iPhone and iPad

Epic Citadel is an application that showcases the technical capabilities of the Unreal Engine 3 on iOS devices like iPad and iPhone.

More information on Epic Citadel HERE.


5 thoughts on “Epic Citadel: Unreal Engine 3 Running on iPhone and iPad”

  1. Romain

    Yeah right…

    They have a potential of millions of people through IPhone & IPad for a new gaming market for them and…
    They would spent time on linux where PC Gamers have already Windows anyway.

    Business sense anyone ?

  2. Korvin77

    Linux is not for games because of OpenGL which is not supported by Unreal Engine because it is used by XBOX which makes a MONEY 😀

  3. DrBalthar

    Bollocks for iOS4 they would have had to include OpenGL|ES2.0 backend in UE3. Looks good but again same issue I have with id Techdemo for iPhone. Static backgrounds, no player characters no interaction so could be all nicely textured and lightmapped but very low poly (it all looked very low-poly to me). And why they were so awaring about that cheap-o flat floor mirror reflection. That trick is like 15 years old guys.

  4. Psolord

    Yes that much is very interesting indeed. The framerate is not that great though. We are seeing 20-25fps. Still impressive for such a device.

    I think that many Android powered devices could provide similar results though. I mean the Apple A4 is still a Cortex A8 and a PowerVR gpu, right?

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