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I rather like UDK support WP7, now MS can WP7 GAME vs PC GAME connect .

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    I rather like UDK support WP7, now MS can WP7 GAME vs PC GAME connect .

    now , microsoft windows phone 7 can with pc game connect , the game 《Game Chest: Logic Games》 , is first WP7 VS PC online game , so I rather like UDK support WP7 than iOS , I don't listen iOS game vs MAC OSX game connect , but now , WP7 game can connect to pcgame .
    if I make mygame for UDK PC , and make mygame for UDK WP7 , and pc version connect wp7 version to join mission , this is great .

    of course , if the UDK frontend can build iOS / Andriod / WP7 , this is perfect !!!~~~

    I hope EPIC can listen my suggest, UDK frontend support WP7 platform.

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    I imagine implementing such a thing as interconnectivity between Windows Phone 7- and PC-games can be quite tricky. I'm no expert, though. Don't expect Epic to do it for you.

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      #3
      Trendy just announced that Dungeon Defenders will be interconnecting the two mobile platforms + PC. There will not be UDK on Windows Phone, as there is no native code.

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        #4
        I don't think that's all that important of a features

        As for WP7--if they ever do it it won't be any time soon, there's a lot of catching up to do before it's much of competitor for Android or iOS

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          #5
          what, interconnectivity, or native code? without native code access, they can't do it.. and i think having interconnectivity between platforms makes a very attractive proposition.. and i'd be willing to bet that Microsoft would never go with it.

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            #6
            If I see one more of these junk threads, I'm going to start pushing for a ban.

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              #7
              Originally posted by Blade[UG] View Post
              what, interconnectivity, or native code? without native code access, they can't do it.. and i think having interconnectivity between platforms makes a very attractive proposition.. and i'd be willing to bet that Microsoft would never go with it.
              I mean the cross-platform online play. Microsoft has done it before with Xbox 360 to Windows (Shadowrun) but I don't think people care about it that much. Especially if it gives one platform an advantage over the other.

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