Showcasing what its new cross platform tools can do with Windows and Mac.
Marmalade is the UK cross-platform specialist that allows developers to use one code base and then deploy to iOS, Android, BlackBerry as well as other platforms including selected Smart TV with one click.
The new beta release of Marmalade 6.1 takes this capability to desktop OSs and means developers can delay to channels such as Steam, Gamersgate and the Mac Store.
HotGen and Nomad Games are leading the charge, porting games such as To-Fu, To-Fu 2 and Spacelings and more.
Terry Haynes, MD of HotGen, said: “Building apps with Marmalade is simply a question of using the best tool for the job. The ability to seamlessly port our content to the widest possible range of platforms is vital, as is having access to open platform support and a flexible toolset.
"The iOS and Android games we built with Marmalade have seen great success, and we’re thrilled now to be able to bring these to Windows and Mac.”
Tony Waters, head of SDK at Marmalade, said: “Marmalade continues to be a winning solution for game developers large and small, and these partnerships are proof that platform choice and reach when you build with Marmalade, are second to none.”