The team behind the open source reimplementation of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind engine is back with another release. We're closing in version 1.0...
OpenMW is a new and modern engine based on the one that runs the 2002 Game of the Year, The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind. The engine (OpenMW) will come with its own editor (OpenCS) which will allow the user to edit or create their own games. Both OpenCS en OpenMW are written from scratch and aren't made to support any third party programs the original Morrowind engine used to improve its functionality.
To give you a better idea of what this project is about, here are some of the aims for the future of the OpenMW engine:
NOTE: Playing Morrowind with this engine still requires one to own the Morrowind data files.
OpenCS will support the editing of for all OpenMW features. We aim for the editor to stay fully up-to-date with the corresponding OpenMW version, allowing the user to edit any newly implemented feature. It will also support editor plugins, files that add to the engine code which can extend the editor's functionality and allow it to be used as a debugging tool for OpenMW content. The OpenCS is not based on the editing tool which came with the original Morrowind game, it is a program made by modders for modders.
Important properties of the OpenCS are:
OpenMW/OpenCS is released under the GNU General Public License version 3.
Hey Folks, the OpenMW team is back with a video release commentary covering our last three releases. Hundreds of bugs were fixed and many features were added. You can find the full change logs here and downloads here. If you are a fan of open source software you can donate to one of our main developers who contributes to many open source projects outside of just OpenMW. If you are a C++ developer with knowledge of either OpenSceneGraph or QT and want to join the team please head over here.
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The OpenMW team is proud to announce the release of version 0.29.0! This release includes the first implementation of the Save/Load feature, which catapults...
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