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Post » Mon Jul 22, 2013 1:53 am

[QUOTE=tulamide] @RookieDev
I agree to your statement "In my honest opinion i feel like the Idea alone is way past Overdue".
At all times a computer was there to simplify complex processes, from the first pocket calculator to the super computers nowadays. There's no reason to think that something wouldn't be possible just because it has not be done yet!
Ashley is one of the most talented and addicted programmers out there, but he already has his baby. It's C2. But there are othere developers that might take the challenge.[/QUOTE]
Very well said @tulamide and i agree with everything you posted,The only thing that i would love to see even if it is lightyears away is Scirras Name on a drag and drop 3D program.I say this because @Ashley and Scirra have the best implementation of drag and drop and if they made this program,it would be made the right way but to go back to your statements i totally agree with your position on this subject.Kudos
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Post » Mon Jul 22, 2013 2:38 pm

yes but what did you use and you complex did your stuff get
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Post » Mon Jul 22, 2013 7:53 pm

www.armedUnity.com

they selling a Call Of Duty Starter Kit also a FPS starter Kit.

check their youtube videos .

They are using Unity3D and it looks very good !

PS: i offer my premium account there cuz i dont need it anymore
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Post » Tue Jul 23, 2013 2:31 am

I'm a big fan of the CryEngine, I've worked on multiple projects in the past; namely Ryse and Streets of Rage.
Drop in/out of game is super fast as are the iteration times. I find level design much better in this engine than any other. It also shares a lot of similarities with technology used at Ubisoft, so I'm rather biased ;)

I've also used Unreal for a couple of projects, including the open world title, Wheelman - it was really quite flexible and Kismet is a neat scripting tool (I prefer it to CryEngine's Flowgraph). Some of my pals are working on the new Unreal Engine and say it could be world changing for indies - but then they would say that, wouldn't they ;D

I've used Unity a couple of times for prototypes and game jams but I find it a little cumbersome and surprisingly unintuitive - though most would disagree.
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Post » Tue Jul 23, 2013 1:22 pm

for a js code based 3d engine there is three.js - powerful but not easy :)
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Post » Tue Jul 23, 2013 10:58 pm

There's a Drag and drop events for Unity, it's a plugin called uScript.

Nways Torque 3D and DXStudio are very begginer friendly and can do something good, not an AAA+ but something good =)TDark2013-07-23 22:58:56
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