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Panda3D

May 23rd, 2005 by Crusader

A reader fired in a link to this announcement over at the Linux Game Tome:

Panda3D is a free 3D engine designed to reduce the time and cost of game development. It features an unusually short learning curve, an extremely straightforward API, and strong resilience to user error. It is ideal for projects where the amount of time is limited, especially for game development houses that have to produce games quickly, or for instructors who want their students to be able to finish a game in a few weeks.

The engine was developed by Disney Imagineering and Carnegie-Mellon Entertainment, and is released for “free” (license). Screenshots can be found here.

One Response to “Panda3D”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Great engine. I like the picture of the fish in the screenshots gallery, but my heart seized when the Fag^H^H^HBack-street boys appeared (http://panda3d.org/showss.php?page=1&shot=randomscreens/ssg-projectimprov/projectimprov01)

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