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jMonkeyEngine Demo Application


Demonstrating the features of jMonkeyEngine 3.

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jMonkeyEngine is a well-known and widely used free, open source game engine. This demo application shows the power and some features of the newest jME release, the jME 3. jMonkeyEngine uses OpenGL as its graphics library. Some features that are included in this software are: particle effects, water rendering, lighting, animations, unit collision, terrain generation, models and scenes, textures.
The applications is in .jar format, so it is platform independent. The only requirement is that the user has the free Java 5 or 6 Runtime installed.

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