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Posted 18 August 1999 - 12:33 PM

One improvement I would like to suggest would be a list of game development resources, i.e.: raytracers, modelers, SDKs, wrappers, gfx engines, texture libraries, sprite libraries, utilities, etc.. There is tons of stuff out there made for game development that people don't even know about. Like, I just found out about MathEngine today (which looks pretty nifty).

I know that in some ways I'm describing the game development search engine, but, I've found that it provides too much information to sift through, it would be nice if those sites were compiled under a topic structured list and rated. Thats it.

-Chlorine


#2   Distinguished Rhino   

Posted 09 August 1999 - 02:20 PM

That's a really good suggestion. We had something like that at S.O, so I'll use that as a basis and get started on it.

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Posted 10 August 1999 - 08:31 AM

Yipee!

#4   Distinguished Rhino   

Posted 11 August 1999 - 12:28 PM

Glad you're so enthusiastic about it.;< ) Look here to see what I have so far. I should be adding a link to this under the Directories header on the navigation bar sometime tonight.

[This message has been edited by Myopic Rhino (edited August 11, 1999).]


#5   Members   

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Posted 11 August 1999 - 02:59 PM

I'm already impressed. Let me know if you need any help thinking of resources to post.

-Chlorine


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Posted 11 August 1999 - 04:56 PM

Where do you get to those resources from the front page? I cant seem to find it.

BTW, if anyone wants to add things to that list, just email webmaster@gamedev.net

-Geoff


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Posted 18 August 1999 - 12:33 PM

The Game Development Search Engine will be trimming itself down and expanding its section categories. It has also added ratings to some of the resources available. We are going to focus more in Quality rather than Quantity of information. This means that we will be slower to update but more useful in the long run. Expect changes in the coming months.




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