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BuildBox 3.2 Beta Released

Buildbox 3.2 Beta

Buildbox, the recently made free no-code game engine, just released Buildbox 3.2 beta.  This beta takes a huge step forward in 3D usefulness with the abity to import and use animated FBX 3D models.  This is of course a beta release, so expect bugs and do not use in a production environment.Details of the release […]

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Ursina Engine

The Ursina Engine is a recently released open source Python based 3D game engine.  The Ursina Engine is built on top of the well established Panda3D game engine (learn more here).  Key features of the Ursina Engine include: * hotreload code/textures/models while in-game * automatic import of .psd and .blend files * play in fullscreen […]

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BuildBox Free Now Available

The BuildBox game engine is now available in a free version.  Previously a rather expensive proposition, BuildBox Free enables a much larger portion of the developer community to access this no-code required game engine.  Details of the BuildBox Free release from the BuildBox website:What is Buildbox Free? For the first time ever, we’re releasing a […]

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GB Studio Released

GB Studio Released

GB Studio was just released.  It’s an open source MIT licensed game engine for creating top down JRPG style games for the Gameboy.  Capable of generating ROMs that can be run in an emulator, as well as playable web versions that can be uploaded to Itch.io.  Summary details of GB Studio from their website:Visual game […]

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C++ Game Engines

Due to it’s popularity in the professional game industry, I get all kinds of requests for C++ based game engines.  That is exactly what this guide is, a collection of game engines that use C++.  This is not about game engines that are written using C++, many if not most game engines are at least […]

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Python Game Engines

Python Game Engines

In this chapter of our ongoing Game Engines by Language series, today we are going to look at the game engines, both 2D and 3D, available for Python.  If  you are interested we have already created versions for C++, C#, Lua, JavaScript and the Haxe programming languages.  Keep in mind, only engines/frameworks still under active […]

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