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for those who dont know about YAKE

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http://yake.org There are very few people on net who tried to make a general game framework but most people dont know about them. You may already know it if you know about OGRE. When usable Yake will be the best general game framework on net(hope so). Currently there are few people making it but "I will like others to take interest in its development." it is created by some very talented guys. It is very promising. Its quality is similar to DuengionSeige, Theif and similar data-driven engines. Official words ----------- Yake is a small, flexible, cross-platform game engine / application framework licensed under the LGPL. It abstracts interfaces of various systems (like graphics, audio, scripting, physics, networking, logic) while providing the developer with means to either access these interfaces directly or use high-level implementations of ready-to-use application-level objects (like a vehicle object which combines the physical, graphical/visual and audible aspects). Yake makes heavy use of plugins. The plugin design is very generic allowing maximum flexibility. For example, plugins may provide implementations for system/driver interfaces, provide scripting bindings for the Yake core or the application, subscribe objects to signals, ... Several default implementations are provided. Furthermore the Yake core provides an infrastructure for math, serialization and persistance, events, resource management, state machines, affectors, listeners, etc. There''s more to it... and there''s Yapp providing high-level features like replication, inter-model communication, application level objects (like vehicles), abstract parsers and interpreters and lots more... but more about that later

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