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Hello. Does anyone here know which game engine that fully supports Directx 9? TV3D is built on dx8.1 and can runs fine on dx9 runtime but i want an engine that is built in dx9? Hopefully there is an free evaluation to download. :D Hopefully the engine you recommend me is a good engine like tv3d or cipher or auran jet! Thanks. Regards, Chua Wen Ching "Very new to games I think"

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Isn''t Max/FX the engine they used for Max Payne? If so, it is NOT free and certainly not DX9 based.

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Revolution3D supports DX9 natively.

Hah we''ve got one up on you TV3D guys now, Mwahaha. Just kidding.

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RizMan: just because it was used in an older game doesn''t mean work hasn''t continued on it, take the unreal engine for example. I could still be wrong though, but I''m fairly sure I saw a news item on flipcode about a month ago that said a new version had just been released that did support DX9.

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Revolution 3D sucks. Firstly, half the time the downloads are too slow and don''t work and secondly, it lacks a lotta features a "DirectX 9 compliant" engine should have.

TrueVision 3D is a much better and stabler engine.

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Neo, an open source engine, is another really COOL engine. It supports OpenGL and DirectX 9 as well. It supports Cg programs and a whole lotta other features including a neat scenegraph.

Here''s the website neoengine.sourceforge.net.

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