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The Irrlicht Engine is a high performance real-time 3D engine written and usable in C++, and also available for .NET languages. It is completely cross-platform, using D3D, OpenGL, and its own software renderers.
PySoy is a cross-platform Python 3D game engine which enables developers to easily build and deploy games on the cloud. The engine is designed for OpenGL ES 2.0 to run virtually unmodified on most platforms including desktop clients, web browsers, and mobile devices. Game distribution is ... [More]
OpenBlox lets you make games with a built-in physics engine, Lego-like building blocks, and a scripting language called Lua. Once you've made a game with OpenBlox, you can pack it into a single file with one mouse click, and share your game with anyone you want. * Drag-n-drop game builder ... [More]
The Lol engine and tools are a highly portable collection of frameworks and utilities for graphics rendering and physics simulation targeting games and graphics tools.
Kochol Game Engine(KGE) is an object-oriented hardware accelerated 3D Game engine. Easy to use and powerful engine for cutting edge games.
A collection of extensions to the Irrlicht Engine. This is the place to get scene nodes, animators, GUI elements, materials, shaders, mesh loaders, physics wrappers just about any extension to Irrlicht.
The AllBinary Platform contains the following: : AllBinary Game Development Kit (http://allbinarygames.appspot.com) includes the AllBinary Multi-Platform Development Kit : Freeblisket/Weblisket E-Commerce Solution (http://www.allbinary.com) : AllBinary Input Automation : AllBinary Vector ... [More]
Plasma is a mature engine for developing virtual worlds. It is currently being used commercially for Myst Online: Uru Live and MagiQuest Online, both developed by Cyan Worlds.
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