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Author Topic: 3D Cake Walk  (Read 5805 times)
Candle
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« on: January 27, 2005, 11:13:34 AM »

http://www.3dcakewalk.com/

Features:      Special Effects:
     

    * Platform Independent  (works on Windows & Linux OS)
    * Editor, Engine, Sound, Multiplayer & Scripting (all in one)
    * Develop Levels With Built In Editor (no molder needed )
    * Right Click Create Technology (just right click and create)
    * Pre Defined Codes (develop a game with our code)
    * Character Animation  (skeletal & morph target)
    * Seamless Mixing (indoor & outdoor scenes blend with no lines)

   

    * Snow
    * Rain
    * Fire
    * Water
    * Lens Flair
    * Colored Fog
    * Colored Lights

3DCakeWalk is for anyone that wants to develop games. If you are an amateur or a professional, Ten years or eighty years old, you will be able to create high quality commercial games, with 3DCakeWalk*.

Not sure if Adventure games can be made with it ?
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« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2005, 12:25:50 PM »

I know this engine, read about it at the irrlicht forums. I didn't give it a try, but using the irrlich engine you should be able to create a good adventure. But it would be a lot of work, and you need to write a lot of code. I don't know if this 3dcakewalk is making it easier. The screenshots are from Irrlicht itself, hm.  
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« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2005, 08:53:25 PM »

There's already a copyrighted audio program called Cakewalk. I'm sure a lawsuit isn't far behind once the word of this engine spreads.

I'm already familar with this engine because the old webpage design was just like the 3D Gamestudio one and Conitec noticed. Lots of stolen copyrighted text was used. Their new site is completely different so I guess they got the point.
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