Goal of this project is a freeware game similar to the PSX game "Kula World" / "Roll Away". It is designed platform independent, written in C++ and using the following libraries: OpenGL, SDL (Simple DirectMedia Layer), libjpeg, LUA, GLSL-Shader.
A 3D game engine for games and realtime interactive 3D.
Vanda Engine is a free and open source development platform for Games and realtime interactive 3D on Windows. There are three modes in Vanda Engine: Prefab Mode, VScene Mode, and Play Mode. Prefabs are the building block of Vanda Engine. You create your prefabs in Prefab mode. In VScene mode, you insert one or multiple instances of these prefabs to build your level. Moreover, you can insert several built-in objects such as lights, sky, sounds, and waters in your VScenes. In both Prefab and VScene Modes, you can switch to Play Mode to play/test your scene. We have published step by step tutorials about Vanda Engine, 3D tools, and COLLADA format: http://vandaengine.org/tutorials/ Consider following us on Facebook to be informed about what we’re doing: http://facebook.com/vandaengine Check out our gallery to see how Vanda Engine is getting work done: http://vandaengine.org/
A real time strategy game based on a blending of the star trek armada and the home world series. Goal is to be scalable in both graphics and game play.
Cross platform OpenGL simulation/game engine based on the SDL libraries. Supports full HDR with deferred shading using multiple render targets under OpenGL. Post-processing effects include depth of field, edge map anti-aliasing, auto-exposure and shadows
A simulation engine which allows the realtime 3D visualization of Biblical locations and events. Custom scenes and studies can be created by the user and submitted to the online library. An essential tool for study and entertaining to use.
Pear3DEngine is a modern and modular 3D development framework
Pear3DEngine is a modern and modular 3D development framework that lets you create professional games, simulations and more. You are free to develop your program in C + +, XML or LUA and publish it as open source software or selling it as a commercial program. The rendering engine uses internally OpenGL or DirectX optionally. The planned editor supports software development on Linux, Windows and maybe MacOS X. DirectX 9 and therefore Windows XP are currently not supported and support is not planned in the future. One goal of the Pear3DEngine Framework is to use the latest and most promising algorithms and techniques from the 3D and IT scene.
The engine for the upcoming Open Terror. This engine is based mostly on the XreaL project, with parts taken from AltUrt and ioQuake3 too. Still under development, but will soon be one of the first modern semi-realistic open source FPS games.