Game Engines

CityEngine to Unity

CityEngine to Unity

The CityEngine is a unique professional tool for creating, visualisating and exporting cityscapes. As such it is of notable use to the games industry with a quick and easy route into either 3D Max or the Unity Engine. Unity supports a number of input formats, allowing for direct integration with…

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Unity: Project Double Zero

Project double zero is a FPS running in the Unity game engine, the project is being developed collaboratively by several interested parties. The driving force behind the project is Thomas P who is documenting progress via YouTube and their blog. The first movie below provides an insight into developing a…

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Venetica: Modelling and Making the Game

Venetica is a game for Windows and the XBox 360, currently being developed by Deck13 and published by DTP Entertainment. Due for release later this year the developer has published an insightful video into the making of the game, including building and modelling the environment: The official trailer is embedded…

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Call of Duty World at War: Mod Tools Tutorial

Call of Duty: World at War is a first-person video game developed by Treyarch and published by Activision for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii, and Xbox 360. While using war based games for geographic, urban or architectural visualization can be controversial the principle is the same…

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Grand Theft Auto: Editing the Physics Movie

Simulations in social science often ignore the use of any physics engine yet is it can be invaluable for modelling real world situations. Games such as Grand Theft Auto have a built in physics and dymanics simulation to provide variables such as mass, velocity, friction to the in game objects…

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SketchUp: Import into Left 4 Dead Engine

Our trial version of Unity has annoyingly timed out (see here for work to date and demo) so while we wait to sort out a license the beta of Left 4 Dead Authoring Tools caught our eye. Currently in beta the tools are available as a free download for all…

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