Dennis Haupt shares an amazing Game Engine environment - it's a virtual playground full of BGE effects! Watch the video below, or download the .blend file and jump straight in.
This is my BGE-Playground with a lot of BGE-stuff in it, I try to add and work on more BGE-stuff for this file soon, but for now this should be version 1.0.
All the objects you find in this blendfile are 100% game ready with collision-boxes and grouped-objects etc.
The game-objects are located in the Objects-Scene and are linked to the other scenes.
There are three main scenes Low, Medium, High and Menu. Unfortunately the Menu-scene works randomly, so blender crashes about 90% when I try this scene,
I guess this is some kid of Blender bug.
- Low-Scene -- No interior and exterior-objects, just doors and light
- Medium-Scene -- All interior and exterior-objects
- High-Scene - All interior and exterior-objects + sun shadow (4K)
This Blendfile starts in the Low-Scene.
- W-Key - move forward
- S-Key - move back
- A-Key - move to the left
- D-Key - move to the right
- F-Key - jump
- Left Mouse Button - activate the lights
- E-Key - open Doors
- Left-Shift-Key - zoom in and out
- Space-Key - hold to run
- Right Mouse Button - throw the green navigation spheres which interact with the navigation mesh and tries to follow the PlayerBox-Object
- E-Key - throw the red navigation spheres which do not interact with the navigation mesh and tries to follow the PlayerBox-Object
- T-Key - throw the blue spheres which flee from the PlayerBox-Object
- Z-Key - throw the metallic spheres which lose their dynamics on 3 meters distance to the PlayerBox-Object
- G-Key - throw a simple sphere without special properties
- H-Key - throw the soft body object number 1, a softbody plane
- J-Key - throw the soft body object number 2, a softbody cube
- B-Key - throw a destructible box
- Q-Key - restores the dynamics of all the objects which have suspended their dynamics
- You can control the daylight/daytime by pressing the + or - key right to the Numpad.
- you can activate and deactivate the standard 2D-filter by pressing 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0-key on the Numpad
Feel free to:
- test your computer-performance with it :)
- make some Videos about it (just would like to see some tests on a high-end pc ^^)
- use some of those objects for your game, as long as it is not commercially
- give me criticism, suggestions or ideas for version 2.0
Have fun while exploring and hope you like it :)