Steel Cyclone Studios is currently working very hard on the Cyclone Game Engine. The Cyclone Game Engine is a 2D/3D game engine built upon the XNA Framework to help make it easier and save time creating and developing games. The studio is integrating MonoGame to help port its games to the iOS, Android, Mac OS X, Linux and Windows 8 Metro. More updates will be coming soon, so stay tuned!!!

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I was able to successfully render a real-time fur shader in the Cyclone Game Engine and apply it to a 3D model. My next goal is to render the fur on an animated model. I found a helpful tutorial at: Catalinzima.com

The source is created for XNA 3.1 and I was able to convert it to XNA 4.0. If anyone needs help converting XNA 3.1 projects to XNA 4.0, I have posted Nexlon's Cheat Sheet on my blog here: Jordonmd.blogspot.com

My next challenge is to render the real-time fur on the animated spider model. I will most likely have to create a custom model effect pipeline in order to get this to work properly on animated models. Thanks for watching and I greatly appreciate your support.

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Apr 1st, 2015
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