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Postby RT3d » 05 Jan 2010, 23:17

Hi all.

Is it possible to integrate shiva with the Steam framework?


Thanks in advance.
[b]Ricardo Teixeira[/b]
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Re: SteamWorks

Postby kaxig » 19 Jan 2011, 13:28

bump
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Re: SteamWorks

Postby NiCoX » 19 Jan 2011, 20:43

Hi,

Yes using C++ plug-ins or project export there is no problem adding additional SteamWorks libraries if any (to be honest I personally did not have a deep look at it), and for the rest this is just another marketplace.

Do you have something particular in mind that could be a potential problem?

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Re: SteamWorks

Postby RT3d » 19 Jan 2011, 22:16

SteamWorks, has stated by valve is easy to integrate. Can be done with Shiva.
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Re: SteamWorks

Postby kaxig » 06 Feb 2011, 11:56

I think cross platform is one strength of ShiVa thus I'm investigating all potential marketplaces.
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Re: SteamWorks

Postby RT3d » 06 Feb 2011, 18:08

From our experience Shiva is the best engine concerning multi-platform deployments. We have tried many engines i would definitely advise this one.
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