The GDW crowd were treated to some 3D games in an ASUS Windows prototype all built with the new development tool which is supported on Windows PC and Xbox as well as the mobile client.
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One of the demonstrated titles was The Harvest, from Luma Arcade, while another was called Battle Punks, a one-on-one sword fighting Facebook game by Gravity Bear.
Check out some screenshots of the games on the right which come to us courtesy of Engadget.