A Gaming Storefront optimized for Mali GPUs
Marmalade makes software that lets developers build and distribute cross-platform applications quickly, easily and without compromise.
Marmalade true cross-platform technology provides the best performance and the best portability – and all within the industry’s most open and flexible development environment.
Marmalade have ported Marmalade SDK on Mali GPU.
“Optimising Marmalade for Mali was a painless task”, said Tim Closs, CTO Marmalade. “The quality of the Mali Developers Tools and the support available from ARM helped us exploit Mali to its full amazing potential. As the number of deployed Mali-enabled chipsets increases, these optimisations will ensure that developers using Marmalade are able to cost-effectively leverage the full power of the Mali designs.”
Project Gotham Racing ported on Mali GPU (running on Airplay)
Formerly a PC/Xbox title, and with the publishing rights from game title owner Glu Mobile, PGR can now run on any embedded devices with an OpenGL ES 2.0 compatible Mali GPU in it. It can take advantage of the programmable shader effects and the pixel throughput to output WVGA resolution screen, while achieving 25 frames per second.
View the game in action on Mali-200
Internet based Gaming StoreFront – always connected and pre-verified
An intuitive and engaging interface in 3D, this StoreFront was built up from the ground by Ideaworks Labs and their artists in minimal time (less than 2 weeks). It shows just how easy, once a developer is familiar with Mali, it is to take advantage of free 4x Anti-Aliasing, alpha-blending, 3D geometrical animations and rotations to make your user interface more captivating.
View the storefront in action on Mali-200