Both the Murl Engine and the Unity Engine are free for commercial use, so I'm just wondering which one is actually better.
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Posted 11 April 2013 - 11:00 AM
The best answer I can give is go to the web sites for the two engines, download them, try them out, and decide for yourself which one works best for your needs/experience.
The two engines are very different: Murl is an engine framework that requires programming in C/C++, while Unity is a "visual engine" where much of the work is drag-and-drop of components and setting properties/rules along with scripting as needed.
Only you can decide which engine is better for you.
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