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This topic contains 3 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  rosdahale2 11 years, 10 months ago.

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  • #5080

    ShyloSmith
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    Beyond Virtual provides a low cost, royalty free, and a no programming required game creation experience. The powerful toolset lets you fully develop and publish your own video game.
    Beyond Virtual contains a full 3d renderer, physics system, and custom art pipeline which allows users to directly import models from Lightwave, Maya, 3ds Max, Milkshape 3d, and other art programs. Take further control of your development with the real-time Object Viewer, and custom FX Editor.

    The $150 royalty-free license fee includes:
    Integrated Game Editor
    Access to Developer Site
    Sample Models & Scripts
    Regular Updates

    Ideal For:
    3d Games in Any Genre
    Visualization / Virtual Walkthroughs
    Machinima Movie Production
    Serious Games

    Visit our website at http://www.beyondvirtual.com or check out what current users of Beyond Virtual are saying in our forums http://www.beyondvirtual.com/forum

  • #29699

    rosdahale2
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    Downloaded the demo. It looks and plays like $150. Though for a cheap, easy option for beginers it looks like a good place to start if money or programming is an issue

  • #29703

    dillon
    Participant

    and if ya only have $100 and don’t want to use torque

    http://www.terathon.com/c4engine/index.html

  • #29704

    rosdahale2
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    Now thats looks pretty good, ill have to download the demo when I get home and check it out, cant mind any mention on the physics system though

    Here’s a few intresting open source engines to check out :

    http://www.panda3d.org/ – Panda3D, used to make ToonTown Oline
    http://irrlicht.sourceforge.net/
    http://www.ogre3d.org/ – Actually a graphics engine but can be integrated with controls / collision ect.
    http://www.genesis3d.com/
    http://neoengine.emedia-solutions-wolf.de/

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