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Hi, people Here I go. I'm 39 researcher of artificial intelligence field. I'm working on a nuclear research area applying AI models to solve problems on Material Science, and I'm started a new hobby, to learn how develop games using AI technics. Of course it isn't a new idea, but it's quite interesting. So I'm coming here to get some advice. Is there any game developing package you suggest? Is there any bibliography you suggest. What about Maya, is it a good idea? And courses to learn game developing in Belgium, do you know anyone? Thank you all for your attention Roberto

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Since you're interested in game AI (and probably less in the nitty gritty of graphics engines, UIs, etc.,) then I would recommend you take a look at the Torque game engine. It's cheap (for an indie license) and a well developed, proven engine for games. Using such an engine will enable you to concentrate on your game design and your AI and spend less time worrying about how to get lighting effects working!

Cheers,

Timkin

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