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    Ok I'm kindda pissed off now, cuz I was writting this, wrote pages and my pc turned off and I lost everything I typed lmao. So I'll just take screenies of those info pages now.

    Please Don't move it to some weird section, let this topic stay here
    I'm talking about Runescape and about 503+ versions, so it is in right section ;D
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    I was looking for something on Google and I found this, I must say INCREDIBLE games engine. It's so god damn Powerfull and yet user friendly!!

    I remember someone posting that Runescape can be made in C++ or C# idk, and that someone is trying to do it, so I thought I'll post this, cuz in my opinion it's SUPER.

    This game engine is called "Unity3d". It's not just some regular games engine.. I have just downloaded it (it's only 160mb) and i must say it's so awsome! There's a demo project integrated, and I'm kindda speechless how good it is and what this Engine is capable of...

    What I find real stunning about it is:
    - Incredibly good 3d graphics (renders millions of polygons per second!!) LOL.
    - Easy realtime networking, means you can make it Multiplayer just like Runescape!
    - The engine supports three scripting languages: JavaScript, C#, and a dialect of Python called Boo.
    - Give your GameObjects life with the built-in Ageia PhysX™ Physics Engine. It's the world's most advanced physics engine and is used in games like Unreal Tournament 2007 and Ghost Recon 3.
    - Can be website integrated... (Like runescape) You can run the game on browser.
    - It provides a highly optimized lighting system with realtime shadows and baked lightmaps. Use shadow and light to great effect, without worrying about the gritty technical details.

    Here's few pictures from that Demo project that is included with engine:





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    I COULD post a link to their official website and you would just read all info from there, but since it's not allowed, I took screenshots of the info pages and posted here:








    You can't really imagine what it's like until you download and see it tbh...
    It's just incredible imo, the possibilities are endless....


    You can download the 30-days trial from their website, it's only 160mb.
    I'll look for serial key if anyone wants later

    Let's try to make Runescape with this, anyone? ))
    I myself gonna play with the software a bit and see how it is, try to add something runescape related ;D
    Since it's got a good starting base, it's pretty easy.

    Thank's.
     

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    Fuck me. FUCKING HELL FUCK ME lol....

    That is pritty dam fucking sweet god your computer must be a super computer to use that lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by q a z7o View Post
    Fuck me. FUCKING HELL FUCK ME lol....

    That is pritty dam fucking sweet god your computer must be a super computer to use that lol
    No lol, there are no high requirements, it's the engine that is super lol
    You can make freaking awsome shit with it. There are scripts, like you add some script for sea bird and it will fly around the island making noises and the script so the sea is like irl LOL

    If Runescape was like this I'd play it day and night
     

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    That looks fucking nice
     

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    omfg thats sweet, but lags my compouter like a bitch
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    If we had people who are good in C#, people who are good in Javascript and who code Runescape private servers, it wouldn't be very hard to make Runescape with this :}
     

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    Unity 3D doesn't come with a small price tag.
    The indie version costs $199 and theirs nothing stating it comes with the server/client framework or the license to use the client/server frame work .

    The server/client license costs $499 which requires you to have Unity Pro which costs $1499
    So all up it would cost $1998 also note that you don't get the source code to the engine.

    Tho the engine does look amazing and simple.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by djoscar View Post
    If we had people who are good in C#, people who are good in Javascript and who code Runescape private servers, it wouldn't be very hard to make Runescape with this :}
    im sorry but ur stupid , the client is alot more complicated than that
    i like runescape how it is
    btw l2lwjglorjogl
    no1 wants to pay 200 dollars for a 3d engine that you can do in jarba
     

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    lmao deathdroid... that's why Serial keys and Cracks were invented?
    How do you think I have full versions of Cinema 4d, Photoshops etc. You think I payed 3000$+ for them? Nao, serials keys ftw.

    EDIT:
    Found how to add models ;D Added Graador with 40k polygons looks kindda gay rofl
    Gonna try to add some sweet texture to the graador and add again, to see how it looks
     

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    I'm going to check this out, but I'd suggest learn how to do this stuff in languages from scratch. I know Java, C#, and I'm learning both C and Assembly.
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