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Game engine maker Emergent restructures and suffers job losses


Last March, Emergent Game Technologies seemed to be doing well for itself. The maker of the popular Gamebryo game graphics engine (used, among other games, for Fallout 3) had secured some new funding and launched a new product, Gamebryo Lightspeed. Now it appears there's a bit of a bump in the road as Develop reports that Emergent will restructure the company with some jobs lost as a result.

The number of jobs lost in the restructuring is currently not known. However, it does plan to continue development of Gamebryo Lightspeed with a spokesperson saying the restructuring will "actually provide greater resources to answer immediate tech needs, but also creates greater opportunities for Emergent to collaborate with development studios throughout the development process."

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