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Best programs to create 3D RPGs?????

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What are the best programs of each category to create 3D RPGS??? 1. Programming Language 2. Graphical Engine 3. Music Program Concerning number 1, Should I use a program such as C++ of Visual Basic? About 2, Is there a RPG engine already created. Or Should I use DirectX or OpenGL? I just want to see your reccomendations of 3, because I already have a music program. Anything else I should know. Is there Any RPG''s on this board that are made by people on this board, that have screenshots, in 3D? RPG Maker is out of the question Thanks, Chris

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Original post by dcpsoguy
What are the best programs of each category to create 3D RPGS???

1. Programming Language
2. Graphical Engine
3. Music Program


Concerning number 1, Should I use a program such as C++ of Visual Basic?



yes, I''d suggest either Visual Basic or C/C++, probably C/C++

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About 2, Is there a RPG engine already created. Or Should I use DirectX or OpenGL?



there are some engines that are out there that can be used for RPGs. I''m using this one: Nebula Device. It''s a bit tricky at first but pretty nice when you get the hang of it. I have a few screenshots on my web site BTW.




A CRPG in development...

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If you''re not to consered about performance you could also try Dark Basic. It''s supposed to be fairly simple to learn, you should be able to get some results quicker than you could with c/c++. It also supports directX.

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1) Use C/C++, definately do not use vbasic.

2) DX / OGL arent engines, they are API''s. There are engines out there that could most likely do what you want, as long as what you want is reasonable.

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