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New AI Gaming SDK For Developers From Azerion And Moonlander

The partnership will see both companies pave the way for a new era of artificial intelligence in game development

HTML5 games distribution platform GameDistribution by Azerion has partnered with to showcase its AI-powered Software Development Kit (SDK) for the gaming industry.

The platform is aiming to revolutionise the way cross-platform 3D games are developed. Moonlander’s AI SDK is designed to reduce the cost and time required to develop high-end casual games.

Through the partnership, both GameDistribution and Moonlander will work closely to customise the tool within the kit to meet GameDistribution’s needs. In turn, the game distribution company can then create games faster with improved quality and more variety.

Ruben Vroman, chief product officer at Moonlander said, “We are thrilled to work with Azerion’s developer network and reach millions of players daily. A company famous for their partnerships with Gameloft, Atari and ownership of titles such as Habbo hotel.”

An era of AI gaming

In addition, Moonlander’s SDK will add more value to GameDistribution’s branded titles by enabling global brands to obtain gamified products via Azerion’s ‘game as a campaign’ solution, resulting in faster distribution across numerous websites.

Erol Erturk, VP of games and strategic partnerships at Azerion said, “By joining forces, Azerion and Moonlander are paving the way for a new era of AI gaming, where the power of collaboration unlocks endless possibilities for immersive, intelligent, and engaging gameplay experiences.”

Moonlander’s SDK is also a multitool that leverages the latest advancements in AI technologies, with its AI-powered Procedural Reasoning System (PRS) effectively managing these tools to create virtual worlds, mechanics, and settings.

David Jonas, CTO at Moonlander said, “You can see our AI-powered PRS engine – named ShapeShifter – as an automated Rubik’s cube. Each colour of the cube is a generative AI, 3D asset, or third-party solution and with a press of a button, it creates the 3D world and mechanics that can then be tweaked to perfection.”

Positioned between Blender and Unity, the Moonlander SDK serves as an additional tool for developers. After 14 months of research and development, Moonlander has released its software development kit in closed beta.

Moonlander is granting interested developers invites to sign up for the closed beta program to gain access to its SDK at

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Isa Muhammad is a writer and video game journalist covering many aspects of entertainment media including the film industry. He's steadily writing his way to the sharp end of journalism and enjoys staying informed. If he's not reading, playing video games or catching up on his favourite TV series, then he's probably writing about them.

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