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no, the SDK = Software Development Kit.

Its for making add-ons, aka, mods to the original game.

Its not the source code for the engine. You're gonna have to wait another 10 years or so for that one!

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Are you sure? It's 475,000 lines of code in 892 source files. :O That's one heck of an SDK if that's all it is....


Last time I checked id software doesn't release their source codes for the public until every dollar has been squeezed out of the engine.

A la wait until 2010 and ask again.

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I did hear something about the doom 3 source leaking, could that be true?


No. A pre-alpha version of the game was leaked a year or two before it was released. It was buggy, slow, unstable, and only contained 3 psudo-levels, but people crawled all over it like flies. The source never made it out, though.

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Doh, sorry, I was talking about quake 3. I always get those mixed up. [embarrass]


I always get them confused as well.

- One was a tech demo for their latest engine, and the other was... uhh... a tech demo for their latest engine.
- One was severely lacking in gameplay, and the other... had bugger-all gameplay.
- One was not fun, and the other was not fun... either.
- One is still played quite a bit today, and the other is Doom3.

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