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Stingray for game development

With a direct connection to Autodesk 3D animation tools and a physically based renderer, Stingray can help you make amazing games and virtual reality (VR) experiences. Visual scripting tools make it easy to build gameplay.

Stingray for real-time design visualization

Bring your design visualization projects to life with the Stingray design engine, which offers a direct connection to 3ds Max and real-time rendering. Add scene interactivity with user-friendly, node-based tools.

Create captivating VR experiences

VR brings us one step closer to complete immersion into virtual worlds. Use Stingray to create visually engaging, interactive VR experiences for games and design visualization.

Expert advice and learning

What Stingray users are saying


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Swedish indie game developer Fatshark used the Stingray game engine with Maya software to build Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide, an action-packed, first-person, 4-player co-op game.

“The most important thing was to make sure we had a vision for the engine that fit with the game developers. We felt it was important to have a close relationship between the game developers and the engine.” — Martin Wahlund, CEO, Fatshark

Video (3:42 min.)

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  • It’s easy to get started. Download a free 30-day trial and try it out. Purchase options include flexible subscription terms to fit your needs.

3ds Max

Easily import 3ds Max assets and scenes into the Stingray engine for real-time exploration.

Maya LT

Indie game developers who subscribe to Maya LT also get access to the Stingray engine.