I need your help! I've to decide what Game Engine I want to use for my non-profit serious games project. Someone at CryEngine told me - "a serious games license of Cryengine3 costs 500.000 USD and 1.000.000 USD with source code".
Unity ? Quest3D ? Unreal3 ? I am testing 8 of them. And I tell you- USABILITY is first, when it comes to make a decision. You want your games ideas put into virtual reality as fast as possible. What do you think ? What is your experience ? Feel free to comment. I would love that! Mar 24
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Are you a Java developer who wants to develop 3D games? Create a jME3-based Java project: Using the jMonkeyEngine SDK , simply create a new BasicGame Project. (Recommended) Using any other IDE: Create a standard Java SE project.
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CyanWorlds.Com Engine (CWE) Open Source Project The wait is over! Introduction Cyan Worlds, Inc. and OpenUru.org jointly announce open source delivery of the CyanWorlds.com Engine client and 3ds Max plugin, aka Plasma, the engine used to power Myst Online: Uru Live. Cyan Worlds Announcement The following message was posted on the MystOnline.com forums on April 6th, 2011:
Recently I surveyed a large group of industry executives, seeking information on their thoughts and perceptions of game engine middleware. Last week I shared the general results of that survey with you; this week we’ll talk about some of the technology-related results. The survey was split into two sections, one for production-oriented folks, and one for technologists. This blog post will describe the results from the technologists, who were largely CTOs, VP Techs, Tech Directors, Engineering Managers, etc. The questions were focused to get their opinions about game engines in general, not feedback on particular ones: what features do they look for in a game engine, what tools do they expect, what engines are they currently using, that sort of thing. We could have delved much deeper into this, but perhaps that’s something to address later.
During the past few console generations, using a licensed game engine has gone from being a rarity to something common and acceptable. During the past few months, the number of middleware game engines available has suddenly increased from a relative few to something that needs a spreadsheet to keep track of. Whether the increasing number of available engines is due to developers deliberately addressing a perceived need in the market, or simply diversifying their revenue stream due to the lousy economy, is not immediately clear.
PRIME is built on pure MMO technology and optimised to provide the best performance across all types of networks. It provides a complete toolkit for the creation of browser-based light persistent state worlds (LPSW), significantly reducing the investment needed to build full 3D polygon rendered MMO games from scratch. The technology is fully browser-based and 100 per cent compatible with Facebook, while the downloadable plug-in enabler is sub-1Mb, making installation simple and quick.
Overview The XNA Framework Redistributable provides the necessary runtime components to execute a game on Windows that was developed using Microsoft XNA Game Studio 3.1. This release contains improved functionality along with new features.
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PRIME is built on pure MMO technology and optimised to provide the best performance across all types of networks. It provides a complete toolkit for the creation of browser-based light persistent state worlds (LPSW), significantly reducing the investment needed to build full 3D polygon rendered MMO games from scratch. The technology is fully browser-based and 100 per cent compatible with Facebook, while the downloadable plug-in enabler is sub-1Mb, making installation simple and quick. Monumental has developed the PRIME engine based on its extensive expertise in developing both online MMO & console games, such as Football Superstars, Little Horrors and MotoGP 09/10. If you are interested in licensing either MTS or PRIME, please contact Mike Cox: firstname.lastname@example.org . <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
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