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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]
The mission of the FIFE project is to create a cross platform game creation framework. Exact engine feature list changes over time, but the following lists the main guidelines for development * Games can be created with combination of engine, editor tools, game specific scripts and game content. * ... [More]
GemRB (Game engine made with preRendered Background) is a portable open-source implementation of Bioware's Infinity Engine which was written to support pseudo-3D role playing games based on the Dungeons & Dragons ruleset (Baldur's Gate, Icewind Dale, Planescape: Torment).
Kochol Game Engine(KGE) is an object-oriented hardware accelerated 3D Game engine. Easy to use and powerful engine for cutting edge games.
PVLE is a lightweight cross-platform game engine (real-time visualisation/simulation engine), using OSG (OpenSceneGraph) and ODE (OpenDynamicsEngine) among other well-known libraries. It is cross-platform and written in C++. It differs from other engines in the way it uses existing code instead of ... [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.
Tundra is a scriptable 3D internet application development platform. It is aimed primarily for application developers, as a platform for creating networked 3D worlds with customized content. Note: tracks only the core C++ part of Tundra and following parts are ingored: demo scenes (bin/scenes/) ... [More]
Initially intended to be entirely based around 3D graphics in Scala, Sgine has expanded to provide additional functionality for high performance interactive applications.
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