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hyper3DGE Project

3D-Accelerated open-source DOOM engine

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As a continuation of the EDGE Project, hyper3DGE gives the end-user more power from the most advanced alternative DOOM engine - combined with portability to most systems, including game consoles.

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Features

  • Uncapped OpenGL 2.0 rendering with support for Quake 2, Quake 3, DOOM 3, and Half-Life Models.
  • Splitscreen local networking for cooperative, deathmatch, and botmatch play.
  • Sega Dreamcast portability (currently under /source).
  • Powerful DDF, RTS, and COAL scripting to make your Doom mods come to life.
  • Now Supports Heretic, Chex Quest, and Hacx.
  • Advanced rendering effects, such as normal maps and dynamic shadows
  • Custom Level Editing program, 3DGE Builder, tailored specifically for 3DGE!

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Developers, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

OpenGL, Win32 (MS Windows), Project is a 3D engine

Programming Language

C++, Lua

Registered

2011-04-11

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