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TheCompBoy

What tools is good for 3d game developement?

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TheCompBoy    120
Hello guys!
I just whant to ask as the title says.. Is there any good tools to create stuff for your 3D game?

What i whant is to create like a 3D terrain for my game and 3D objects that i can use in my own game.. And i didn't find any good tools for this..

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Dr1fter    128
Since you've mentioned in a previous thread you have been coding a lot in Java maybe you could have a look at jMonkeyEngine. [url="http://jmonkeyengine.com/"]http://jmonkeyengine.com/[/url]

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plooby    125
Well, if you know C# XNA Game engine is good (Microsoft). It is free. You can make 3D games for XBox and Windows. I wouldn't exactly say it's the easiest in the world but I'm sure you could mess around with some of the demos and see if you could modify them?

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Serapth    6671
It sounds like you are looking for a list of 3D graphics [b]authoring [/b]software, not game engines. In that case, [url="http://www.gamefromscratch.com/post/2011/05/11/3D-Graphical-Applications.aspx"]I put together a list[/url] with links to all the various demos or free downloads with a brief blurb ( fact oid + opinion ) on each one. That should get you started.




One thing I did not cover explicitly is 3D landscape software ( mostly an oversight on my behalf ), of which [url="http://www.daz3d.com/i.x/software/bryce/-/"]Bryce[/url] is probably the most common, while [url="http://www.digi-element.com/wb/"]WorldBuilder [/url]is another viable option. While it comes to landscapes, Engines such as Unity, often have support built in.

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