Microsoft has released a new video detailing the creation of a game that runs on Windows Phone.

In the video, the team at Microsoft describes how they created a new engine called the “Game Engine for Windows Phone,” which uses Unity.

This is a free, open source game engine designed for mobile games and is the basis for the upcoming release of Microsoft’s new Xbox One X. The engine has been around since 2014 and is already being used in the games of Epic Games, Gearbox Software and Rockstar Games.

“The Game Engine for Microsoft Windows Phone is the world’s first open source engine for mobile gaming,” the video explains.

“The Game engine for Microsoft Xbox is also a complete cross platform game engine for games and games apps.”

The video includes a few screenshots of the engine and a few videos.

The engine for Xbox One uses the Unreal Engine 4.

Its goal is to offer developers a platform that allows them to build games on a wide variety of platforms and devices, and this is why the team chose to use Unity.

The video shows a demo of a single game that takes advantage of Unity.

The game is an action-adventure title called “Dead Zone” that will be playable on the Xbox One and Windows Phone 7 devices.

The team at GamesBeat is expecting a release of Dead Zone for Windows 10 sometime next year.

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