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Those animations look amazing!! Great job!

Very cool review of the making of Spellbreak. Would be even more cool to see some videos inside UE4 showing how they do a few very specific things unique to them.

This was so helpful for me. I'm hoping to adapt your tutorial to pull off something similar comparing modern satellite imagery with historical maps. No topo, so my steps should be simpler, but I'm a novice with Blender and you've really helped. Thanks!

World Machine Gets New Build and Website
6 February, 2018
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Build 3019 of World Machine has been released. It’s not a revolution compared to 3018, but the release contains a number of cleanups and fixes. What is more, it is also now the version available to Basic Edition users, finally bringing all World Machine users up to date with the changes from the last couple years. The team has also updated the official website, which is now simpler, cleaner, and more modern. 

Art by Alessandro Mancini

The installers for World Machine are now code-signed, eliminating the ominous “Unknown Publisher” warnings that Windows issued previously.

So, what’s next? Here’s what’s on tap for the immediate future:

Release Channel

The next build or two of World Machine will be focused mostly on cleaning up bugs and issues discovered in the latest builds.

Keep contributing your crash reports, as they are a major help in stamping out serious issues! I’m also looking at adding some small scale improvements sometime in the next build or two, such as:

  • Tweaks to how the Slope Selector functions
  • A new “Copy/Paste Device Settings” command, that lets you copy settings from one device to another while preserving the destinations network connections.

Dev Channel

We’re looking at approximately an April time frame for the next feature release.

After some reflection, the approach that we’re going to follow this year is to group changes such that each major feature release (those that get a new codename) will be related in some way. This makes communication much easier than when the changes are scattered about to a dozen systems at a time.

I’m excited for what will be coming: Among other things, it involves some of the experimental work from 2016 finally reaching fruition. 

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