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Australian Developers on show at E3


"Australian-based developer Micro Forte will preview its massively multiplayer online gaming technology at this year's E3 in Los Angeles. The new platform - BigWorld Technology - allows millions of players to co-exist on a single world. The technology reportedly eliminates the multiple shard restrictions plaguing current massively multiplayer online role-playing games.

Micro Fort? said it has also created a set of tools that make it easy for developers to create online 3D worlds for the PC, PS2 and X-Box. While BigWorld will not be publicly presented, Micro Forte will be giving private demonstrations to interested parties."

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Auran are also showing off Service pack 3 / Trainz at the same booth, #336...

"As Auran staff are attending E3 in LA, Trainz news is on hold this week. If you are going to E3, drop by Auran booth #336 for a special ?advance screening? of some of the great features appearing in Service Pack 3. Be assured though that Trainz development is advancing rapidly, with the crew working hard on Service Pack 3."

Eyecon will be at booth #424, showing off their FPS Gore..