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.NET (C#) SlimDX engine?

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Hello guys, first, sorry for my bad english:) I need a 3d engie base on SlimDX!! Somebody knows, if there are some exists? There are some alternativ for .NET 3d engines? I Found asiom an mogre, but they are base on MDX ??? I don't now! I need a good supported .NET engine with hig-level code, because im new in 3d programming. Can someone advise me good engines? Thanks

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Well, SlimDX is a very good managed DirectX wrapper -- however, all it is is a wrapper. It doesn't really add new functionality to anything, so if all you want is a prebuilt engine that lets you work at a much higher level then it doesn't really matter if it's built on SlimDX or Direct3D itself, et cetera.

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Unity3d and Irrlicht3d are the best you can get without paying lots and lots of money. The first is closed-source with separate free/commercial licenses, the latter is open-source and completely free. Take your pick!

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Unity games can be written in javascript, C# and Boo (Python dialect), so you can code in C# using the Unity engine. Unity uses Mono, the open source .NET platform.[1]

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Original post by BorisDieKlinge
Unity3d and Irrlicht3d aren't managed DirectX engines!?? i need a .NET c# engine!


Both Unity3d and Irrlicht3d can be used by C#. Neither uses Managed DirectX.

Do you need an engine that is written in C# or an engine that can be used by C#? The latter is useful - the former not so much.

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Irrlicht3d can be used by C#


irrlicht hasn`t had an uptodate c sharp wrapper for quite a while (at least a year)

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