This engine is the code behind "The game Creator's" FPS Creator development tool, A powerful, yet rough FPS engine. The engine features:

  • A fully working physics system
  • Lighting effects
  • modifiable AI files
  • Model importing ability
  • Multi player deathmatch
  • many stock media files
  • and many more purchasable model packs

While the engine is still rough around the edges, it's being constantly upgraded and improved by it's development team, who aims to squish and destroy as many bugs as possible, and create a powerful, professional, game development tool.

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About Into the Dark with 4 comments by IvanErtlov on Apr 2nd, 2014


NOT KIDDING NOW:

ITD will be released on Steam SOON.
We have Oculus Rift support.

And we have improved the game in many ways!


Let´s get to the points:

1. Steam Release:

No exact date yet, but we aim for end of April. And no, we are not talking about an entry on Greenlight, we are talking about a full scale release including Steam Achievements like "Still on top of the food chain!" and "Springtime for Hitler and Germany... ...Winter for Poland and France!".

2. Oculus Rift:

Yes, you can explore the levels in immerse VR 3D. It is as great as it may sound now, however, getting into firefights is not recommended. Testers have vomited more than once.

3. New Textures:


 
We would like to thank all journalists (and common players) who praised the quality of our textures in their review. However, many of them were NOT what we consider high quality, and due to lazyness we had several texture tiles created by mirroring. Those insults to artists eyes are now gone.

4. Intelligent Motion Blur:


 
I admit: I personally HATE motion blur in games, especially in those where you don´t run around like a jackrabbit on speed. However, we wanted to reflect the behavior of real eyes as good as possible. Therefore we blur only very subtle on fast head movements through the scene. In addition to that, we have now a realistic blur on objects that move fast and close to the player. hard to show that on screenshots, but take a look at the hands...

5. Improved surface shaders:

The new shader system used for surfaces take the material more into account than previous ones. Example: Rotten wood is normal mapped to reflect the structure, but it´s NOT getting glossy - because, you know, it´s rotten wood. Metallic objects, plastic and polished marble surfaces get glossy in varying degrees.

6. New splashscreen:

Finally an honest tagline beneath a company logo.

What else?

Well, hundreds of bugfixes, new scripts, new videos, new sounds, re-recorded voice overs...
...and all improvements will be patched into the Desura Version afterwards! (Except the Steam achievements, of course...)

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SNAKE_666
SNAKE_666 Mar 8 2011, 12:03am says:

\/ wich is why you learn to properly use things via multiple classes and/or tutorials, just take a few school classes on it or look for a few tutorials on how to make it easier to use. there now can people stop arguing about something that takes a college education to know how to use with great skill.

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JamesFredd
JamesFredd Jul 22 2011, 4:21pm replied:

You don't need a education to learn how to use FPSC, it is very easy to use, and is good for hobbyists. Heck, if it didn't have the geometry system it uses(and that small amount of cash it requires to use it legally), I would be using it. But instead I use UDK: Dl.dropbox.com . FPSC is a good engine for those who know how to use it fluently, and is a decent one for those who dont, but in my opinion, its not very powerful.

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99yoyos
99yoyos Feb 20 2011, 12:12am says:

Its a good engine... for 10 year olds... Its only pros are that A.) its insanely simple to use and B.) cheap... It has little ability to make any game worth playing. You'd spend more time fighting with the engine to try to get it to work it a way not already put into the engine's limited list of abilities than if you were to get a better engine

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jasonthiefguy
jasonthiefguy Jul 7 2011, 5:34am replied:

this engine is very good man try it out,once you tried you think its sucks,but for me its good

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Serygala
Serygala Mar 12 2011, 8:48pm replied:

Yeah right...do some research first and THEN post unnecessary comments like these.

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Heretic-Studios
Heretic-Studios Feb 27 2011, 7:37pm replied:

Just because your IQ level is too low to make use of the features and make a decent game with the software, doesnt make it a bad engine, especially with all the additions constantly being added.

Learn to use FPSC before you diss it.

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maraken
maraken Jan 5 2011, 12:43pm says:

FPS creator X10 (or whatever it is called) is awesome. The previous version.....not so much.....

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Magic_Nipples
Magic_Nipples Jun 20 2011, 6:02pm replied:

x10 has been dropped. They are fixing up x9 and stoped work on x10 for now.

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trakmiro
trakmiro Feb 11 2011, 9:21pm replied:

TGC has abandoned X10. They've made official statements saying so. Have you noticed some of the more recent model packs don't work with X10?

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Serygala
Serygala Jan 12 2011, 8:58pm replied:

Lol! You have no idea, do you? XD

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This engine is only limited by the user. I recommend this if you want to teach yourself programming. It's always best to learn by hours of frustration, other than days of no work at all. This engine was bad enough to give a 10/10. Hooray.

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