Cube Engine

Discussion in 'Game Design' started by ProgrammingFreak, Mar 17, 2006.

  1. ProgrammingFreak

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    I have seen the cube engine and have played around with it some, it is kinda of confusing, however I am wondering if you can use it to make your own shooter games and if you can make them look better then what the cube graphics look like
     
  2. ggambett

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    Have you considered the possibility of asking that question in the Cube forums?
     
  3. ProgrammingFreak

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    No, I thought it might be answered here and I don't want to join another forum
     
  4. GBGames

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    I've played the FPS that they made with Cube, but it was maybe a year ago. I haven't seen the latest updates to it, but I think the biggest deal with Cube is that you can make the game levels in-game.

    I am not aware of any games based on Cube besides that FPS, but I imagine they exist.
     
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    if youre checking cube out, have a look at Sauerbraten!
     
  7. ProgrammingFreak

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    Yes I have seen the "evolution" of the next cube engine
     

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