High Voltage enters long-term agreement to use Infernal Engine

Wednesday, 12 August 2009 21:02 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

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High Voltage has signed a long-term agreement with Terminal Reality to use its Infernal Engine.

This agreement grants a lifetime license to use the engine when developing new titles.

“We already have the most advanced Wii technology available,” states High Voltage founder, Kerry Ganofsky. “By incorporating some of the best PS3/360 technology, we are able to really push the envelope with our next wave of titles.”

Sounds like more titles on the horizon, and not just for Wii, apparently. Maybe.

More through the press release below.

August 12, 2009 – HOFFMAN ESTATES, IL – High Voltage Software officially announced today a partnership with Terminal Reality. The two companies signed a long-term agreement with High Voltage Software, purchasing a lifetime license to use the Infernal Engine.

“With more than 75 titles shipped, High Voltage Software has a proven track record of developing quality products on all of the current platforms. Through the use of the Infernal Engine technologies, they are now able to extend that remarkable track record into the next-generation platforms.” said Joe Kreiner, VP Sales and Marketing at Terminal Reality.

In business for more than sixteen years, High Voltage Software has made a name for itself with games like the acclaimed Hunter the Reckoning series and award-winning titles Go, Diego Go! Safari Rescue. Most recently High Voltage has earned headlines with an assortment of cutting edge Wii titles such as ‘The Conduit’, the newly announced cooperative monster hunting shooter ‘The Grinder’ and their mythically infused combat game codenamed “Gladiator A.D.”, all of which are powered by their proprietary Quantum 3 engine

“We already have the most advanced Wii technology available. By incorporating some of the best PS3/360 technology, we are able to really push the envelope with our next wave of titles.” said Kerry J. Ganofsky, founder of High Voltage Software.

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