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The 4D Rulers Website site spreads the word for you the serious gamer desinger and the casual mod author. "Preparations are underway to begin licensing the AMP II 3D Engine to third parties. This follow-up to the engine used in Gore is described as "the first of its kind to hit the gaming scene," offering

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The 4D Rulers Website site spreads the word for you the serious gamer desinger and the casual mod author.

"Preparations are underway to begin licensing the
AMP II 3D Engine to third parties. This follow-up to the engine used in Gore is described as "the first of its kind to hit the gaming scene," offering "real time bump mapping, per pixel lighting, stencil shadows, specular lighting and more." Word is they will be offering one licensing package for serious developers and another for the casual mod author."

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GAMESOULjA
GAMESOULjA

what does that mean?
0_o

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ForK
ForK

Means if you have $40,000 you can use their engine to make your own game.

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mSparks
mSparks

I think it means that if you are wanting to develope a mod for download on this site you can use there engine for free, or almost anyway. thats why the dual license, one license for the 'garden shed' progammers, and one for the game company developers.

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mSparks
mSparks

^and gain access to the source code for the engine, rather than just using an external dll, with any luck they'll do the same as ID has done with the quake II angine and give us a GNU licensed copy :D

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GAMESOULjA
GAMESOULjA

i think i get it now...
lol

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