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    Gaming 3D Engine


    I need to know of a good 3D Engine for both Linux and Windows, well mostly cross-platofrm and it needs to be good for gaming and have lots of feature, like lighting, pyshics,etc, I have looked around, but have not found any that suit me, also I need it to be for the language C++ VB or Euphoria

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    The Quake 3 engine just got open-sourced. You might look at that.
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    Check out cube, too.

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    Another vote for the quake 3 engine, it is really good, just take a look at the games it has been used on.

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    if it doesnt have to be open sourced than there is a little bit larger window. like the doom 3 engine or epic's unreal engine.
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    So Quake and Doom, but is the Doom engine open source

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    DarkPlaces, the engine of Nexuiz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dude500
    So Quake and Doom, but is the Doom engine open source
    The original Doom/Doom 2 engine is open-source IIRC, but the Doom 3 engine is not.
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    Smile Game Engines

    There is also GarageGame's Torque engine but it isn't free although you do get
    the source. There are lots of demo files on the site.
    Download the the linux demo and the windows one and see if they work on
    your PC. It looks like a good engine but I couldn't get the linux demo to work
    under Suse 10 and this has put me off the it for the moment although I think
    the problem is caused by Suse's non standard X-Free libraries.

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    I'll just use RealmForge and the Irrlicht Engines

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