best 3D game engine.

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  1. randomdude1234

    randomdude1234 Member

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    ok i am bored so i was kinda looking for a 3D game engine. it needs:

    •id prefer if it had a game window, kinda like unity or torque
    •not a rediculusly huge learning curve. unity seemed awefully confuing to me, mostly because the UI seemed crowded.
    •import models from common 3D model makers
    like have any of you heard of the 2D game engine called construct? its slightly confusing but after a while you get the hang of it.

    so i need a somewhat interactive game engine that isnt rediculusly hard to use. and unity seems confusing to me, unless theres a unity for complete, complete idiots guide.

    and id prefer not to need to know any programming languages (except for scripting, not quite as much as torque).

    has anyone used torque? is it as easy as they say it is? (i mean not like LOLZ DRAGS AND DROPZ easy but kinda like construct easy)

    ok. my ramblings are over now.
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    b-mac 39 Well-Known Member

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    Contact Infinity Ward. Or what's left of them...
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    daconcerror Banned

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    Why would they giv out their game engine?
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    Meikura Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Unity is probably the easiest game IDE there is, I highly doubt you'll get easier than that to be honest.

    It's fantastic because it allows seamless working between Cinema 4D and Unity. If I'm editing a model in C4D, I can click save and have it update dynamically without any work right within the game window straight away.
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    Yes Unity is nice and also check out DX Studio. They are both good in my opinion.
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    Just started using DX studio and so far i like it! thanks dude!
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    Yup, NP man. Enjoy making games

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