Unreal Engine 4 beat out scores of other engines to win the title of number one engine in the Develop 100: The Tech List, which was voted on by more than 45 chief technology officers, indie developers and other industry experts.
The holder of the number one spot? A credit card-sized computer called the Raspberry Pi, created to engage children in programming and costs only £20 to £30.
Other gaming engines that made the list include Unity 5 (No.3), CryEngine (No.11), Havok Engine (No.17), PhyreEngine (No.44), Fabric Engine (No.46), Shiva Engine (No.47), Turbulenz Engine (No.57), HeroEngine (No.69), Goo Engine (No.75), Leadwerks Engine (No.78) and SGX engine (No.98). You can view the full list here.