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    Silver Member Linedawg's Avatar
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    Game Development software.

    Hello every one, I wanted to know if any one knew of any game development tools. Some thing that will allow you to build worlds environments, basic characters and ect. I just want to see if any of you have any idea on what I should look for in this. The main goal Iím trying to achieve is just to have quicker development time. (No need to reinvent the wheel) So if any one out there has any suggestions on what company or product name I should look at.

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    That posting was about tutorials, I was looking for applications to generate generic 2D or 3D world environments and characters, ether sprite sheets or general 3D models so I can rap textures to them. The reason Iím looking for these types of generators is to practice my programming skill on. The purpose is to drastically cut down on graphic creation times in my training projects. I have heard of game SDK that has these features in them and I wanted to know if any one knew what they are.

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    I came across this one last knight that looks pretty good. I am not a gamer so I could be wrong, see what you think.

    http://www.gamemaker.nl/index.html

    You can get Poser 5 free at this site (only good for the next 2 days).

    http://www.contentparadise.com/us/user/home.php

    Here you can get Bryce 5 for free. (you may have to register)

    http://www.daz3d.com/index.php?targe...bryce/breg.php

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    Thank you very much Tinker that is exactly what I was looking for.

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    GameMaker is used quite a lot; if you don't mind doing some 'real' programming then look up BlitzBasic - it works like a normal programming language but with loads of stuff built in to make it much faster for development time.

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    I took a look at BlitzBasic, do you know what programming language that is. I don’t recognize it from the screen shots, it looks almost like VB.

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