I am a starting game developer, with little to no coding experience, however I have some experience in development so I know the basics, I am looking to make a game using your engine, any help you can give me?
A downloadable tool for Windows
Open source 3D Game Engine. This tool can be used to create 3D games - similar to Unity. It's written in C++ and supports several scripting languages.
Source code can be found https://github.com/nem0/lumixe...
A game developed in this engine can be found here https://mikulasflorek.itch.io/...
- PBR, HDR, deferred rendering
- Lua Scripting
- Animation system
- Physics by NVidia PhysX
- Unity-like WYSIWYG editor
- Different postprocesses: DOF, GodRays, Tonemapping, Film Grain, SSAO, FXAA, ...
- Fur shader
- Particle system
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You might want to start with Godot, this is a neat experiment but Godot has a crapload of tutorials.
Looks very good might try it out
Will there be a MacOS export? Would love to use this engine!
No linux binaries...
I think you are over-reacting
AND NOTHING ON TH SOURCE CODE LINK SAYS "THIS IS THE SOURCE CODE" SO WHAT DO I DO
ITS NOT OPENING THE APP...IT JUST TOOK ME TO THE FILES AND I FOUND ONE THAT SAYS LUMIXENGINE AND IT SAID SHORTCUT AND ANOTHER THAT SAID APP AND IT SAID SHORTCUT AND I CLICKED ON BOTH ND IT SAID CANT FIND THE NAME.....HELP ME PLEASE...I WANNA MAKE A FOREST MAP AND THEN MAKE IT A RABBIT OR CAT GAME
Shows quite a lot of potential. I suggest making a tutorial series on YouTube for the engine as I don't really understand how to use it.
A promising engine. I hope it will become known like UE4 or Frostbite Engine.
how can you change the Editor theme and the Icons and some tool names
and how can you modify the engine to your own (as its open source)
64 or 32 bit?
Any plans for cross-platform support? Linux?
In fact linux version was already working, but one new feature was added and it's not ported yet.
great engine question how can i change the text of the program
in the main screen
I'm not sure I understand correctly, do you mean the text in the titlebar in a game?