ArcadeEngine Now Available for Runtime Revolution

New Library Makes Creating Stunning Multimedia Applications and Games in
Revolution Easier than Ever

Edinburgh, Scotland, July 15, 2005 — Runtime Revolution (
and DerBrill ( announce the release of ArcadeEngine.

ArcadeEngine lets developers create stunning multimedia applications and
games, quickly and easily for every major platform. ArcadeEngine makes it
easy to animate objects using simple and complex movements, alter movement
speeds and detect collisions. ArcadeEngine takes care of the complexities
leaving the developer to focus on what they want to achieve.

“ArcadeEngine is perfect for anyone wanting to create multimedia, games or
wishing to teach or learn about these concepts,” said Kevin Miller CEO of
Runtime Revolution. “The combination of the Revolution user interface and
ArcadeEngine makes it easier than ever to create rich, feature-packed

ArcadeEngine contains many powerful features including:
– Powerful collision detection routines
– Linear movement
– Polygonal movement
– Circular movement
– Elliptical movement
– Ability to alter speeds and movement at any time under full developer control

“DerBrill is delighted to be bringing this new product to the large number
of Revolution users,” said Malte Brill of DerBrill, adding that,
“ArcadeEngine makes Revolution the choice for developers seeking to create
visually stunning applications.”

ArcadeEngine is priced at $49 for existing Revolution Dreamcard, Studio and
Enterprise users, and is free for a limited period to all those purchasing
Revolution Dreamcard.

More information about ArcadeEngine:

About DerBrill
Founded in 2002, DerBrill Multimedia focuses on creating Multimedia titles
that are available cross platform. Their range of services includes
producing games for use as an advertising medium, kiosk systems, video
presentations and other software titles. For more information visit their
web site at

About Runtime Revolution
Founded in 1997, Runtime Revolution focuses on bringing user-centric
software development to all major platforms: Windows, Macintosh, Linux, and
Unix. Products include Revolution Dreamcard, Studio and Enterprise, and Ten
Thumbs Typing Tutor. The company is based in Edinburgh, Scotland. For more
information on Runtime Revolution, please visit the company on the web at