A walkthrough of the best development platforms available today

The top 14 game engines guide starts now

This week, Develop will provide you with details on the 14 best game engines currently available in the industry.

Our profiles of the top development platforms begins today, with Unreal Engine 4, BlitzTech, CryEngine and Unity.

During the week, we’ll also publish profiles on other game engines available for developers of all sizes, which will include Havok, BigWorld, Marmalade, Gamebryo, ShiVa, Infernal Engine, App Game Kit, HeroEngine, Rapid2D and Game Maker.

There will be a game engine for everyone, from next-gen console, mobile and tablet developers to game creators looking at browser, HTML5 and the wave of new Android consoles making their way to the market.

Triple-A development is catered for in abundance, but there are also plentiful engines specifically targeted at the indie sector.

A number of these tools offer free non-commercial access for individual developers and students looking to test out their programming skills on the best technology available.

So be sure to check back daily to discover which engine could best help you create the best game possible. As each profile is released, they will appear under this topic tag.

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