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Choosing the right game engine can be a nightmare for novice game developers, not only because of the great number of engines that are out there, but also the price of the engines you have to pay for them. Today on my list there are 5 remarkable game engines that had proven in the field of game development. The best of it, they are open-source.

Posted by histvan89  |   Jul 21 2009 / 17:24

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Younss AZZAYANI replied ago:

Thank you, very good link

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histvan89 replied ago:

I'm glad to hear it!:)
Hopefully more, and better articles are coming!

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Miloskov replied ago:

I worked before with irrlitch and Ogre3D and it seems that irrlitch is easy to start but when you advance it will get in your way. I preffer much better Ogre3D it is profesional quality engine and it is also not so difficult to start. If you have strong OOP and C++ Ogre3D its the way to go. About JME I have no clue but I know there is a fork of it called ardor3D and it seems is better designed.About Crystal space I dont have experience with it but some people said is not bad at all but sometimes is messy the code.

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Younss AZZAYANI replied ago:

by the way, i found irrlitch so easy to understand. Ogre3D also well documented but not tested yet. i will do it tomorrow.
Even if i develop in Java, i still loving C++

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histvan89 replied ago:

OtengiM: Your right, I was pointing on the same thing!
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