Engine:Asura

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Asura
Developers
First release date

Games

Game Developer Publisher First release Available on
Aliens versus Predator Rebellion Developments Fox Interactive, Electronic Arts, Sierra Entertainment, Rebellion Developments 30 April 1999
Windows
macOS (OS X)
Mac OS
Aliens vs. Predator (2010) Rebellion Developments Sega 16 February 2010
Windows
Battlezone (2017) Rebellion Developments 11 May 2017
Windows
Evil Genius 2: World Domination Rebellion Developments 2021
Windows
Judge Dredd: Dredd vs. Death Rebellion Developments Evolved Games, Rebellion Developments 17 October 2003
Windows
Prism: Guard Shield Rebellion Developments, Rival Entertainment, Semilogic Entertainments US Army Guard 21 November 2006
Windows
Rogue Trooper Rebellion Developments Eidos Interactive 23 May 2006
Windows
macOS (OS X)
Rogue Trooper Redux TickTock Games Rebellion Developments 17 October 2017
Windows
Rogue Warrior Rebellion Developments Bethesda Softworks 26 November 2009
Windows
Shellshock 2: Blood Trails Rebellion Developments Eidos Interactive 13 February 2009
Windows
Sniper Elite Rebellion Developments 18 October 2005
Windows
macOS (OS X)
Sniper Elite 4 Rebellion Developments 14 February 2017
Windows
Sniper Elite III Rebellion Developments 27 June 2014
Windows
Sniper Elite V2 Rebellion Developments Rebellion Developments, 505 Games 4 May 2012
Windows
Sniper Elite VR Rebellion Developments, Just Add Water
Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army Rebellion Developments 28 February 2013
Windows
Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2 Rebellion Developments 31 October 2013
Windows
Strange Brigade Rebellion Developments 28 August 2018
Windows
World War Zero: Iron Storm Rebellion Developments Microïds, Reef Entertainment 14 October 2005
Windows
Zombie Army 4: Dead War Rebellion Developments, Flix Interactive 4 February 2020
Windows
Zombie Army Trilogy Rebellion Developments 6 March 2015
Windows

Issues fixed[edit]

Games default monitor refresh rate to 60 hz on launch[edit]

Games using this engine may default your monitor's refresh rate to 60 hz on launch, resulting in reduced smoothness and possible screen-tearing on high refresh rate monitors, even if the internal GPU render shows a high fps. This can be resolved with a game-specific solution, or by manually selecting a higher refresh rate if your monitor has a manual refresh rate selection button.