Armory – Open-Source 3D Game Engine
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Hurry up and get it on the store - I need it for a project ;-)

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All characters look so artificial...all movements of characters are unnatural :( CG industry has traveled by so many years of 3D development in all possible ways and all characters in animations looks still like puppets:(

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Armory - Open-Source 3D Game Engine
5 July, 2018
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Have you heard about Armory? It is an open-source 3D game engine with full Blender integration. Basically, the platform is a complete game development tool. The tool lets you avoid jumping between different applications, so no need to export data from one to another. What is more, Armory is powered by open-source technology. The framework utilizes Kha – multimedia framework and Haxe – cross platform toolkit, so the thing is said to provide top class performance and portability. The tool has recently become free, so let’s check it out. 

Originally, Armory was using Patreon. We managed to reach the goal ($1600) and Armory was released as a free software. A dream come true! A few days ago, I received an email noticing me that the patreon page was removed. Then, after contacting support, I learned that the page was off due to suspected fraud. I do not yet know what exactly that means, whether it was something I (unknowingly) did or if it was a mistake.

This caused a confusion that Armory is being discontinued or sold off. Armory will continue to be developed as free and open-source software and I am fully committed to it. Since I value Armory as a long-term project, I want to keep things as stable as possible. If someone decides to use the technology, he should not worry it will be shut-down tomorrow. This is crucial.

In the end, I realized Patreon has every right to do this. To prevent this from happening in the future, I decided to start a dedicated funding page. It is still powered by a third-party service (Gumroad), however, the funding process and status of the project will always be publicly visible on this page, without risk of being taken down.

Once again, I thank you for endless support. Please contact me directly or post in the forums in case of issues. This page will continue being edited with further improvements and fixes. See you around with more updates soon!

You can learn more about Armory here

Source: armory3d.org

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