Marmalade is a cross-platform, native game development environment which allows developers to build in C++ with full support for standard libraries and third-party extensions, then compile directly to native machine code. Marmalade added Windows Phone support few months back and today they are releasing an update to their SDK to support new features of Windows Phone 8.1. Find the list of new features below,
- Support for on-the-fly compilation of DirectX shaders,
- Support for shared entitlements across Windows Store and Windows Phone Store, enabling you to deliver a uniform application experience across device type, and
- Use of APPX package format, paving the way for Universal app support.
via: Windows blog