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#Actualstevo58

Posted 15 September 2012 - 10:41 AM

I know you're not looking to spend money but C4 Game Engine is very C++ oriented, and it comes with demo games that you can run or even modify. Standard Edition is only $250 unless you plan on making PS3 games then Standard Edition is all you need, you can even sale the game after. Just opening up another suggestion.

I have used Ogre3D not a big fan of it either but its C++ oriented as well only good thing about it is that it's free.

Scripts are simplified versions of programming languages, so that designers are other non-programmers—or programmers with extremely little skill—can work with them.

Scripting also saves on compile time, normally saving the programmer time in the long run. Also sometimes you want to make a minor change and instead of compiling the whole program again you can modify the script

In order to use C++ with any engine on this planet, you will have to buy a full-sized professional company license, and that is always going to cost far more than you can afford.

Ogre3D uses C++ and its free, looks like we are from different planets? Plus I just suggested C4 Game Engine that also uses C++ heavily and the cost is only $250 and comes with source(I don't really see this being a wallet breaker) plus you get unlimited updates to the engine.

#1stevo58

Posted 15 September 2012 - 10:34 AM

I know you're not looking to spend money but C4 Game Engine is very C++ oriented, and it comes with demo games that you can run or even modify. Standard Edition is only $250 unless you plan on making PS3 games then Standard Edition is all you need, you can even sale the game after. Just opening up another suggestion.

I have used Ogre3D not a big fan of it either but its C++ oriented as well only good thing about it is that it's free.

Scripts are simplified versions of programming languages, so that designers are other non-programmers—or programmers with extremely little skill—can work with them.

Scripting also saves on compile time, normally saving the programmer time in the long run.

In order to use C++ with any engine on this planet, you will have to buy a full-sized professional company license, and that is always going to cost far more than you can afford.

Ogre3D uses C++ and its free, looks like we are from different planets? Plus I just suggested C4 Game Engine that also uses C++ heavily and the cost is only $250 and comes with source(I don't really see this being a wallet breaker) plus you get unlimited updates to the engine.

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