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Azerion’s GameDistribution Teams Up with to Transform Cross-Platform Game Development

Azerion’s GameDistribution, a leading HTML5 game distribution platform, has announced a groundbreaking collaboration with This partnership aims to revolutionize the way cross-platform 3D games are developed by introducing Moonlander’s AI-powered software development kit (SDK) to the gaming industry.

Moonlander launched its SDK in March, offering a solution to reduce the time and cost associated with creating high-end casual games. By integrating generative AI into the development process, Moonlander’s SDK can seamlessly work alongside existing tools like ChatGPT and StableDiffusion.

Customized Tools for GameDistribution

The collaboration between GameDistribution and Moonlander will allow for the customization of Moonlander’s kit to fit the specific needs of GameDistribution’s studios. This customizability will enable GameDistribution to create high-quality games at an accelerated rate, while also reducing costs and time investments.

The integration of Moonlander’s SDK will also bring added value to branded games produced by GameDistribution. This collaboration will provide global brands with faster access to gamified products through Azerion’s “game as a campaign” solution. Furthermore, GameDistribution will enable the distribution of these games through thousands of websites.

Azerion’s vice president of games and strategic partnerships, Erol Ertuk, expressed excitement about the collaboration, stating, “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.”

ShapeShifter: AI-Powered Procedural Reasoning System

The Moonlander SDK leverages the latest advancements in AI technology, incorporating its AI-powered procedural reasoning system (PRS) known as ShapeShifter. This innovative tool empowers developers to create virtual worlds, mechanics, and settings with ease.

Ruben Vroman, Moonlander’s chief product officer, shared his enthusiasm about the partnership with Azerion’s developer network and its vast player base. He highlighted Azerion’s impressive track record of partnerships with industry giants like Gameloft, Atari, and ownership of popular titles such as Habbo Hotel.

David Jonas, chief technology officer at Moonlander, described ShapeShifter as an “automated Rubik’s cube.” The AI-powered PRS engine acts as a catalyst, generating 3D worlds and mechanics that can be fine-tuned to perfection. Game developers will have the ability to create immersive and dynamic gameplay experiences.

In 2022, Azerion reported revenue of 452.6 million euros, solidifying its position as a prominent player in the gaming industry.