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GameSim Sees Growth in Software License Revenue in the First Quarter of 2015

For Immediate Release                                                                                                          Contact: Andrew Tosh 407-688-0587 GameSim Sees Growth in Software License Revenue in the First Quarter of 2015 Orlando, FL – GameSim’s Procedural Model Generation Service (PMGS) provides high-quality 3D models to external simulation systems without the need for a large hand-created art library. PMGS was launched in the first quarter of 2014. GameSim launched the geospatial visualization tool, Conform, in the first quarter of 2013. “We have been maintaining consistent growth in our service revenue. But this year, we are seeing our software product licensing revenue start to take off,” said Andrew Tosh, GameSim Founder and President. “GameSim’s commitment to internal research and development, along with commercializing government funded projects, is paying off.” The US Army SE Core program was the first customer for Conform in 2013 and the first customer for PMGS in 2014, and they continue to use the products today. In the first quarter of 2015, GameSim has sold several licenses of PMGS and Conform to new customers. These PMGS and Conform customers in the modeling & simulation industry have integrated the technology into their pipelines to produce synthetic environments faster at a higher fidelity. Conform offers a variety of unique abilities, including an instantaneous 3D view of raw source data. Users are able to easily import large amounts of geospatial data, including...

GameSim Developing and Publishing Tiny Epic Kingdoms Mobile Game

For Immediate Release                                                                                                          Contact: Stephen Eckman 407-688-0587                                 GameSim Developing and Publishing Tiny Epic Kingdoms Mobile Game Orlando, FL – Orlando-based video game and simulation company, GameSim, is developing and publishing a mobile version of the successful Kickstarter project by Gamelyn Games, Tiny Epic Kingdoms. In Tiny Epic Kingdoms, a turn-based fantasy game, each player starts with a faction and a small territory. Throughout the game, players collect resources, expand into other territories, battle each other, research magic, and work to build a great tower to protect their realms. Gamelyn Games is an award-winning Arizona-based game publisher. They began in 2012 and have since climbed the charts of Kickstarter fame. They are best known for their smash-hit series Tiny Epic, which took the Kickstarter world by surprise with their entry into the series—Tiny Epic Kingdoms. Gamelyn’s Kickstarter success and the continued popularity of the Tiny Epic series were big motivators for GameSim to approach Gamelyn about bringing the Tiny Epic Kingdoms board game to iOS devices. The free-to-play strategy game will provide single and multiplayer modes, with a 3D interface that brings the world of Tiny Epic Kindgoms to life. “The development of Tiny Epic Kingdoms has been a great experience for us because it represents our first in-house published game title,” GameSim Executive Producer Stephen Eckman stated. “Being able to...

GameSim Expands to West Coast

Contact: Diana Swart 407-688-0587 For Immediate Release ORLANDO, FL/SANTA BARBARA, CA – GameSim, a video game, simulation, and GIS company based in Orlando, FL, is expanding to the West Coast. This expansion will take place during the first quarter of 2015. Ranked by Inc Magazine as one of the Top 500 companies in 2013, and a Top 5000 company in 2014, GameSim plans to expand to the West Coast for continued growth and success. GameSim will establish a strong presence among the commercial and government industries throughout California. The company chose Santa Barbara, in part, to cultivate GameSim’s current skillsets in an area with strong ties to both industries. “I am excited about the growth opportunities this new studio will bring,” said GameSim’s Founder and President Andrew Tosh. “Having a permanent presence on the West Coast will help us better serve our customers.” GameSim’s new studio will create a closer working relationship with existing customers, and the ability to forge new partnerships. The Orlando office will remain the company’s headquarters, and Andrew Tosh will be splitting his time between the two studios. This expansion will promote GameSim’s philosophy of providing timely, quality solutions. Download Press Release ### GameSim products and services target the needs of the entertainment, modeling & simulation, and geospatial industries. GameSim engineers, designers, and artists maintain a customer-centric focus throughout the entire project lifecycle. Within the video game industry, GameSim can provide full game development services to publishers or work as a co-developer for other studios. Additionally, GameSim self-publishes products, bringing games directly to players. GameSim’s geospatial terrain tool, Conform, is the fastest product on the...

GameSim and National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) enter into a CRADA

Contact: Diana Swart 407-688-0587 For Immediate Release ORLANDO, FL – GameSim Inc., provider of software and services to the gaming, simulation, and geographic information systems (GIS) industries, announced today its Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). In 2013, GameSim introduced an innovative software product, Conform (gamesim.com/conform), which generates a 3D representation of an environment from GIS data (vectors, elevation, and imagery) in near real-time. The integrated scene can be viewed in both 2D and 3D, or exported, into other run-time formats. GameSim was interested in furthering their process of fusing together a single 3D environment by supporting additional data products (e.g., LiDAR, OTW video, and thermal video), to create a more accurate and rich 3D environment, while still maintaining near real-time performance. While GameSim had previous experience working with these formats, access to NGA through CRADA will provide the company with proper standards and data validated by NGA. In addition, GameSim and NGA will research the creation of a low bandwidth, browser-based visualization of that fused environment. “We are creating a product that can fuse a variety of formats that adheres to established standards,” said Andrew Tosh, GameSim founder and president. “By collaborating with NGA it helps assure that GameSim produces a product that can meet the demands of the intelligence community, in terms of accessing their content and producing valuable visualizations.” GameSim was ranked by Inc. Magazine as one of the 500 fastest growing companies in America. Learn more about GameSim and its current offerings here http://www.gamesim.com/. Download Press Release ### GameSim is a software company working in the Video Game, GIS...