Vienna, Austria - Apr 22 2009 - Ambiera announces the release of the first Beta version of CopperCube, a new 3D engine for flash with which it is possible to create interactive 3D scenes without the need to program one single line of code.

It includes an easy to use 3D editor which imports 17 different 3D file formats and is able to create interactive 3D .swf files with physics, lighting and more or even single standalone Windows .exe files with a built-in high speed, hardware accelerated 3D engine from your interactive 3D scene, which are easy to distribute and do not need an installer.

CopperCube is a 3D engine with deployment targets for Flash (.swf) and Windows (.exe). You can create simple interactive 3D scenes without the need to write one single line of code (=no programming necessary), or even create whole games with the help of a little bit scripting magic.

The engine is still in beta testing mode which means it might have bugs and minor missing features, but can already be used to create fully functional, interactive 3D applications. It can be tested for free for 30 days, and there is a discount for people who decide to puy a license while it is in beta testing phase.
Visit http://www.ambiera.com/coppercube/index.html to download the Beta version.

Details about CopperCube: http://www.ambiera.com/coppercube/features.html
Download: http://www.ambiera.com/coppercube/download.html


About Ambiera
Ambiera is a game middleware and custom game solutions software development company, situated in Austria, Vienna. It is specialized in 3D graphics development and has helped to develop more than 30 games for PC since its foundation. For more information about Ambiera, please visit www.ambiera.com