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Quasar Engine

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Quasar is a strategy game engine, built in .NET. It uses Mogre for rendering, LuaInterface for scripting, MyGUI for user interface and OIS for user input.

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  • Fully scriptable with LuaInterface
  • Easily extended with plugins and mods
  • Component model, every GO (Game Object) is made up from components (native and script). The engine treats both types equally
  • Event-driven model, you can queue events and respond to them from both LUA and C#
  • Various Process classes allow you to easily manipulate your scene and logic
  • Uses MyGUI for interface (also accessible from script)


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Project is a 3D engine

Programming Language

C#, Lua



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