Kamcord is now natively supported in Unreal Engine 3 for iOS and Android. Developers using Unreal Engine can offer Kamcord’s free platform to record, replay, and share in-game experiences. Monster 500, a kart-style racing game already on iTunes AppStore and Google Play, is a great example of Kamcord integration with Unreal Engine 3. I wrote about Kamcord in November as a startup that helps independent game developers promote their apps.
Gameplays recorded with Kamcord can be shared in-game to YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, or email. Kamcord also offers its own video-sharing community, currently with user-uploaded replays for more than 100 games. Recording is automatic and doesn’t require player interaction. Gamers get an easy way to remember, review, and share experiences. Developers using Kamcord get increased game awareness that typically results in more downloads.
Unreal Engine support is made possible by Kamcord’s acceptance in the Unreal Engine Integrated Partners Program. Members of the program receive direct technical support from Epic Games, makers of the Unreal Engine. Epic Games also assists partners with promotional and co-marketing efforts. Therefore, Kamcord support will likely be included in many new mobile games with immersive three-dimensional environments and multiplayer features like those built on the Unreal Engine.
Kamcord Introduction Video