Two Worlds II iPad game gains 3D-ET

Castle Defense gets eye tracking.

TopWare and Reality Pump have added 3D eye tracking to iPad game Two Worlds II: Castle Defense.

Apparently this allows you to peer around corners, as the iPad 2's internal camera recognises your position and alters the on-screen perspective depending on where your head moves to.

The 3D eye tracking is available in both Lite and paid-for versions of the Two Worlds II: Castle Defense game.

TopWare boss Dirk Hassinger revealed that eye tracking features are being looked at for PC and Mac.

The first 15 minutes of PC and console game Two Worlds II.

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