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Cerulean Atlantis 3-D Game Maker

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3D game maker is a unique tool composed by me. This program is mostly used for Rpg Gaming but can be used for any type of game as well. This game maker will have all the features of Rm2k and then some. This program will possibly be out at the end of this year. Suggestions for this program is welcome. This are the list of programs that I will use extra other than from Rm2k. 1. C++ , Java , DirectX Programming Executer. - This will allow anyone who knows C++ and/or Java and/or DirectX programming to execute their program during the game. However you don''t have to know how to program these languages. 2. Music Maker - This isn''t an individual Program! This is just a branch from the main program. This will allow you to create your own Midis. 3. Poser + - A very simple program to move your character images to your prospective. 4. Graphics Composer - This an Individual Program that allows you to create your own graphics. This won''t be a bad programm! This will be similar to the graphic technique such as Photoshop and PhotoStudio. 5. System Requirements Letter Composer. - This program will search your entire game and make a document that will tell what your customer will need in order to play this game. 6. Magic Creator -This is a branch of the game maker, this is sort of like "battle animations" but it''s in 3d. 7. CBS/CMS Maker -This program will guide your way to make your own CBS/CMS if you don''t like the default version. You can also import C++ programs if you don''t like your option. 8. Environment Editor -This program allows you to edit the environment of your game. Such as gravity, wind, water and so forth. This is all so far. It''s programmed in Java, C++, and DirectX!

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