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Old 23-04-2013, 07:04 AM   #1
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Smile Game Engine....

Hello....i want to learn game engine for to put step in gaming industry...

any one can tell me which engine i should learn 1st?...
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Old 23-04-2013, 09:56 AM   #2
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Welcome to Threedy dude

Well, UDK (Unreal Development Kit) is pretty great and really valuable to know. Widely used. Only con is that it uses its own scripting language.

Unity 3D is also great and gaining popularity in the indy scene. It uses Python, Java and C++ IIRC. It's pretty flexible and easy enough to use.
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Hy..Thanks for valuable rpl..

But i heard Cryengine also as upcoming game engine.

N yes in unity3d there is C# right?...Or C++?
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From Wikipedia "

The game engine's scripting is built on Mono, the open-source implementation of the .NET Framework. Programmers can use UnityScript (a custom language with ECMAScript-inspired syntax), C# or Boo (which has a Python-inspired syntax).[8] Starting with the 3.0 release, Unity ships with a customized version of MonoDevelop for debugging scripts."

So, guess I was wrong on that, sorry

But yeah, CryEngine's awesome too. Haven't worked with it though and don't know its terms and conditions. I mentioned UDK because of its size on the market, and Unity because its user friendlyness and robustness.
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