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Antony52

Opinion wanted for two 3D Engines.

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Which of these two 3d engines,Quest3D and Fly3D,you think is the best for a begginer has the easiest programming yet powerful and the best marketability.Any advice would be appreciated.

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I wouldn''t worry about marketability as a beginner.

However, I recommend posting links to the respective websites as I doubt many people have heard of these engines, I certainly haven''t. The best idea usually is to just try them out and see how they feel. I am of course assuming that you have a strong 2D background, as 3D would otherwise be overkill...

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I do know my 2d.Nevertheless i dont think that this can stop you from jumping to 3d instead.I am not a beginner but it is my opinion that if a beginner finds something easy then it will be easier for the advanced.
By the way : www.quest3d.com
www.fly3d.com.br
Also is the Torque Engine,www.garagegames.com,capable in building space games like Freespace 2?What about pixel/vertex shaders support?And as always which do you prefer and why of these 3 engines.


[edited by - Antony52 on July 23, 2002 8:50:29 AM]

[edited by - Antony52 on July 23, 2002 9:27:15 AM]

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