3D game engine for non-programmers?

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  1. Sirrus

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    My mistake, thats the problem with figure heads! :)
     
  2. Batley

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    The second version of MultiMedia Fusion is coming out early next year.
    It has a 3d extension with it using the irrlicht engine. How effect it will be i don't know but it's supposed to be very impressive.

    Multimedia Fusion if you didnt know is kind of like the game makers big brother. It's much more professional but the basic concept of use is more or less the same.
     
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    Perhaps you are using the wrong language? The tools you choose should not hold you back, if they are then perhaps these tools a not a match for the problem to be solved.
     
    #24 HairyTroll, Nov 23, 2004
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  5. HairyTroll

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    Gary, you are pretty much spot on on in your assessment... See, Teach Yourself Programming in Ten Years, by Peter Norvig.
     

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