I need some help for my 3D game.

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  1. MartiOcat

    MartiOcat New Member

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    TBS Logo v.2.png Im making a 3D action-adventure video game with missions and tons of dialogues. I need some help for engine choosing and what program i should use to make whole map and cutscenes and characters, some vehicles too. I need someone who can make a good logo for me. I will give early access to him/her. This is my Logo.
    Someone can make it better?
     
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  2. Fredrick Peck

    Fredrick Peck New Member

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    Hi there,

    to answer one question. To really choose an engine, It's probably best you try a few to see what feels right to you.
    I use Unity3D, It does involves programming, but I love It's UI system it has. Try a few though. Unreal Engine, Unity3D, Clickteam, etc.

    One will feel right for you, but It's best to look for your own preference.

    And to your logo, It looks fine the way it is bud, If you don't like it, please post in the Looking for help thread in this website.

    Thank ya'!
     
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    Thank you, Unity is really good and i have nearly completed making my games test version!
     

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