Eclipse is a free to use 2D game engine. This game creator makes online mmorpgs. No previous knowledge is necessary becouse Eclipse uses a simple point and click system. If the software does not have the requirements you need you can program it with the source. Remember, Eclipse is a easy to use. But to create a truly fabulous games with this mmorpg maker time and effort will have to be put forward into your masterpiece. Story lines, sprites, graphic interfaces these are all key essences in making the difference between a simple game and a truly unique mmorpg that will go places or generate revenue. The eclipse game engine has the capability to create professional games but it takes the user to truly harness that power.
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Here's another new engine I've added to my isometric games list:
For those who are wondering about different isometric game engines here's a pretty good review by IsoWorld by Nicolas McGregor:
As it stands, game developers who wish to create isometric RPG games in the mould of the original Fallout or Planescape: Torment would be well advised to investigate this mature, rather than ageing, masterpiece of isometric game engine design, because sometimes, the old ones are the best.Read all the Isoworld review here; for a list of isometric game engines, go here
Read more at Suite101: IsoWorld Isometric RPG Game Engine Review: Easy to Use 2D Isometric Game Development and Programming Software | Suite101.com
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
I've added a new game engine to the isometric game engine list:
Isomyr is an isometric game engine based on Pygame, and written in Python. A fork of the Isotope game engine, it provides the framework for constructing an isometric graphics game with actors who can pick up and drop objects, jump onto plaforms, and move about in projected 3d isometric environments.
Sunday, December 6, 2009
I haven't updated the Cool Treehouses of the World posts for a while, i just came across this one here, its an absolute gem! via inhabitat:
Stunning design and green architecture shouldn’t be reserved just for adults, as showcased by this gorgeous green treehouse built by the architects at Lord, Aeck & Sargent. Constructed as an extension to Camp Twin Lakes, a camp dedicated to kids with special needs, this treehouse is not only beautiful, fun and kid friendly, but green as well!