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The most comprehensive list of game engines
14 September, 2015
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Pixel Prospector published a neat little list, that shows information about the best game engines available for game developers.

The main sheet includes a number of popular engines, including Unity, Unreal Engine, Torque 2D/3D. Construct 2, GameMaker: Studio, Stencyl, PlayCanvas and any other. The cool thing that the page also includes information about the required programming skills and the kind of games you can make with these tools. It’s nice to see that a lot of modern engines today do not require any programming skills.

 
Engine Programming required? 2D or 3D? Available for Exports to
Construct 2 No 2D (All Genres) Windows Desktop, Consoles, Mobile, Web
GameMaker: Studio No 2D (All Genres) Windows Desktop, Consoles, Mobile, Web
Unity Yes 2D + 3D (All Genres) Windows, Mac, Linux Desktop, Consoles, Mobile, Web
Unreal Engine Yes 3D (All Genres) Windows, Mac, Linux Desktop, Consoles, Mobile
Clickteam Fusion No 2D (All Genres) Windows Desktop, Mobile, Web
Stencyl No 2D (All Genres) Windows, Mac, Linux Desktop, Mobile, Web
PlayCanvas Yes 2D + 3D (All Genres) Browser (Windows, Mac, Linux, Mobile) Desktop, Mobile, Web
Torque 2D/3D Yes 2D + 3D (All Genres) Windows Desktop, Consoles, Mobile
CraftStudio No 2D + 3D (All Genres) Windows, Mac, Linux Desktop

There’s also a huge list of game specific engines, that will help you to build some less complicated games in 2D. Plus the compilers of the list also mentioned a number of game frameworks, including MonoGame, Phaser, Flixel, Flashpunk and Polycode.

 
Engine Programming required? 2D or 3D? Available for Exports to
Arcade Game Studio No 2D (Arcade Games) Windows Desktop
M.U.G.E.N. No 2D (Beat ’em Ups) Windows Desktop
RPG Maker No 2D (RPGs) Windows Desktop
Adventure Game Studio No 2D (Point n Click Adventure Games) Windows Desktop
Visionaire Studio No 2D (Point n Click Adventure Games) Windows Desktop
Wintermute Engine No 2D (Point n Click Adventure Games) Windows Desktop
Ren’Py No 2D (Visual Novels) Windows, Mac, Linux Desktop
Twine No 2D (Interactive Text Adventures) Windows, Mac Desktop
Inform No 2D (Interactive Text Adventures) Windows, Mac, Linux Desktop
Adrift No 2D (Interactive Text Adventures) Windows Desktop

There’s even Scratch – a great tool for making games in browser. It’s fairly limited but it can help you work on interactive stories, games, animations and other entertaining things.

Be sure to check out this list. it has a lot of awesome information there!

Source: pixelprospector.com

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