crosbie at cyberspaceengineers.org
Fri Oct 3 10:10:34 New Zealand Daylight Time 2003
From: Amanda Walker
> Hmm, for $100 I got source to a reasonably modern graphics engine
> (Torque), which comes complete with example games, including a
> prototype MMO game
There are Open Source games engines too, e.g. CrystalSpace.
There are other proprietary engines to consider if price is an
issue, e.g. DirectX. Another one I feel obliged to mention (as an
ex-employee) is Q (http://qubesoft.com/q/engine.php) - this
multiplatform 3D games engine is free to download and has no
royalties (written by some of the same team that produced DirectX).
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