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With cute Toy Solder style characters and bite sized exciting historical arcade gameplay you can recreate key moments from the Battle of Gettysburg and the American Civil War. Play as either Union or Confederate



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Unity 3d today announced that it is dropping support for Flash. This might be a more important announcement than it first appears. Combining this with the new enhanced efforts on the Unity web player I guess we are going to see Flash drop away. Unity is about a thousand times better than HTML 5. So

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Greetings This Blog documents the development of Onteca’s current project, a game called “Monsteca Corral” for the Nintendo Wii. A bit of housekeeping first though. My Name is Phill Hetherington I’m a 29 year old junior 3d artist on a 3 month work placement here at Onteca. Being the office junior, I have something of

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An industry event that appears to be useful and thought-provoking. Then again we are living in ‘interesting times’, especially for old media. I’m tempted to point out ‘all their base r belong to us’, were that not all a little 1997. In the meantime, it looks like the ARG horse is still being flogged, Was

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Onteca is proud to announce the unveiling of a playable Alpha of our Mediabox Project, ‘Liberatis’ (a name thought of by a young person working on the project). This is an MMO created by young people, for young people. It involves some violence, within a Tolkienesque ‘fantasy’ setting, because that is what the young people

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Generally i can’t find any information about the way in which World of Warcraft is put together, but through some lightweight spying, looking at their jobs page you can see that the whole thing is coded in C++ which must have been a hell of an engineering effort, hence their enormous budget for production.  Obviously

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Published on January 28, 2009, by in Game Engines.

My continual search for interesting game engines missed one out Horde 3D is released on a LGPL license and has a basic world editor. Got a bit stuck trying to get it to work but i think it would bear more time.  Needs Open GL 2.0 though which is beyond my home laptop