Monday, November 29, 2010
The only other engine I have ever found like this was called Reality Factory. While that was okay, it is currently out of date, by about 5 years. Plus its a pain in the buttsexs to get working with commercial 3D programs such as 3D Max and Maya.
The awesome thing about Unity is that its up to date (currently on version 3.1) and supports the big name 3D programs. Overall that there is a free version which anyone can register for.
I'm still currently learning it, but what I've seen so far has blew me away. Especially for something that cost me nothing.
I've already come up for a concept for a game, even started on the environment art. Its still in its infant stages though, so I'm not going to bother to give much away about it.
I highly recommend this program. Give the site a visit, here.
Posted by Retro Game On at 1:28 AM