Treyarch NGL is a proprietary 3D Game Engine developed by Treyarch. The engine has been retired by Treyarch who are currently using a continually modified version of the third iteration of the IW Engine.
The game is generally associated with first-person shooters due to its use in the Call of Duty video game series, however, it has been used by Treyarch and other companies in games of various genres, the major of these games coming out in 2002. The first game made using the engine was NHl 2K3 and the last was Call of Duty 3 before the engine was promptly retired by Treyarch in favor of IW 3.0. It is rumored that some of the engine's properties have been put into the modified IW 3.0.
- Call of Duty 3 - 2006, developed by Treyarch
- Call of Duty 2: Big Red One - 2005, developed by Gray Matter Interactive
- Ultimate Spider-Man - 2005, developed by Treyarch
- Spider-Man 2 - 2004, developed by Treyarch
- Minority Report: Everybody Runs - 2002, developed by Treyarch
- Spider-Man: The Movie - 2002, developed by Treyarch
- Kelly Slater's Pro Surfer - 2002, developed by Treyarch
- NHL 2K3 - 2002, developed by Treyarch
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