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Advice Needed: What 3D Engine Should I Use?

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Hey Everyone, I've got an 2D RPG engine I've been working on for years and yearsand I'd like to upgrade it to 3D. I've been looking around for a 3D engine (commercial or free) and the problem I'm finding is the good ones have scripting engines built in and don't offer a way to control the engine with C++ code. Has anyone had a similar problem? If so can you recommend a 3D engine you used?

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visit devmaster.net they have a huge list of all the latest 3D engines, very good resource.

3 worth looking though if you want to use C++, Irrlicht, OGRE 3D and TrueVision3D

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ive used and recommend irrlicht for it's ease of use. but it is still buggy and lacking in some areas. ogre is harder to get started with, but is more feature rich, complete and bug free.

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If you want to finish agame , probably the best engine is 3DGS, A6
The new A7 will be released in 2007
It is not the most advanced engine but it is stable and fully documented
The new Lite_C scripting language is very similar to C++
You can use also C++, anyway

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If you like C++ programming , C4 is an excellet choice
Pay attention it supports the Collada file format only

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