Features

  • Modular architecture
    • Composed of several base libraries and optional modules. Base libraries have interdependencies, modules do not.
    • Can be compiled to DLLs or as one big EXE
  • High portability
    • Written completely in ISO C++
    • Platform specific code hidden beneath abstract interfaces
    • Runs on
      • Linux (32 and 64 bit)
      • Windows (XP and Vista)
      • Mac OS X (Intel)
      • Xbox (using OpenXDK)
    • Compiles without warnings using
      • MSVC (with highest warning level and disabled compiler extensions)
      • gcc (with options "-Wall -Wextra -pedantic -ansi")
      • MinGW
      • Intel C compiler
      • Clang
  • Reflection for all game engine components
    • Supports scripting using an interface very close to the C++ API
      • Lua interface
      • Python interface
    • Used by GUI library to display and edit game object properties
    • Enables automatic serialization
  • Supports OpenGL 1.2
    • Uses extensions for newer API additions
    • Can use assembly, GLSL and Cg shaders, with custom vertex attributes and geometry shaders
    • Vertex Buffer Object (VBO) and Frame Buffer Object (FBO) support, with fallback if extensions not available
    • Supports volume textures, compressed textures, dynamic textures, depth textures, procedural textures, floating point textures, cubemaps, anisotropic filtering
    • Instancing
  • Fast submission-based renderer
    • Capable of flexible multi-pass rendering
    • No scene-graph dependency as in many other 3D engines
    • Automatic state sorting
    • Can be replaced by software rasterizer or even a raytracer
  • Wide range of supported file formats
    • Bitmap formats: BMP, DDS, GIF, JPG, PNG, PSD, TGA
    • 3D formats: 3DS, DOF, Doom3 Mesh, LWO, LWS, MD2, MD3, MDL, OBJ
    • Archive formats: BOD, PAK, SYN, WAD, ZIP
    • Flexible asset management
  • Optionally utilizes a wide range of open source tools and libraries
    • blendscape Blender exporter, which uses the built-in Python interface
    • Can directly read Maya ASCII files, no Maya installation required
    • Bullet Physics support
    • Cal3D animation support
    • Cg for API-independent shader development
    • OpenAL for audio
    • libMPEG2 for video playback
    • TinyXml XML parser
    • zlib compression
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About Tiny & Big: Grandpa's Leftovers with 0 comments by bilgeritobias on Oct 15th, 2012

Hello indie friends,

After about two and a half years of development we are happy to finally announce our first iOS game, which is called "About Love, Hate and the other ones".

It is a puzzle game in which you control the two main characters, Love and Hate, and guide them through 60 levels to take them back home to their beloved hill. You will encounter different other ones with unique behavior, all dependent on whether Love or Hate interacts with them. 

Created by three students from Kassel University the game has already received an honorable mention at the IGF back when it was a flash game prototype and won the German computer games award in the newcomer category with an early beta version of what will soon be available at the App Store (release date 23rd October 2012).

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Tiny & Big: Grandpa's Leftovers

Tiny & Big: Grandpa's Leftovers Tiny & Big: Grandpa's Leftovers Indie

Updated 1 year ago Released Jun 18, 2012 Single Player Platformer

Set in a land, where common physics apply but everything else looks different. You are Tiny, a little, technophile guy with a ray cutter, a gripping device...

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Gunplayer122
Gunplayer122 Mar 12 2010, 12:44pm says:

Fantastic, its looking very good

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Maxen1416
Maxen1416 Mar 12 2010, 11:42am says:

very impressive!!

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Klight
Klight Feb 27 2010, 7:54pm says:

Your project seems interesting.

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MrTambourineMan
MrTambourineMan Apr 1 2010, 4:40am replied:

...to say the least ;) Great work guys!

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