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Build 3D Games in Blender with Armory

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luboslenco writes:

Hello!

I am happy to post here on BlenderNation about Armory - an open-source(zlib) 3D game engine for Blender. The goal of Armory is to turn Blender into a complete game development tool. As a quick introduction, I have recorded a video of me playing around:

Thanks to the underlying tech, Armory exports your games to almost all the platforms - Windows, Linux, MacOS, HTML5, Android, iOS, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The engine is available right now - currently as a paid add-on. Armory has been in the works for years now, to move things to the next level I am opening a campaign to fund the development and make it fully free - in the same spirit like Blender is.

If you like what you see consider supporting us on Patreon. I would also love to hear your feedback on how to make Armory useful to you! :)

11 Comments

  1. Extra cool stuff. I wonder why so few ppl baked this project on Patreon. I'm not into games creation myself and this is only thing stopping me from supporting this cool stuff. Any ppl interested in game engines and refactoring blender game engine, if can afford then, should consider helping those guys, and throw them few $ :) Heck the BF should consider support them too :)

  2. I discovered Armory a couple of months ago and have been playing with it for almost two months.

    My ultimate goal is to use it to create intelligent, interactive and immersive 3D simulations. Here is a rough example of armory, simulating a production process: http://bit.ly/2isICHJ

    I'm completely blown away so far. To my knowledge there is nothing else out there, that is as powerful (combined with the rest of the blender infrastructure) as Armory will hopefully be, for achieving this goal.

  3. Keep up the Blender integration and high-quality visuals.
    I remembered one very highly-optimized game engine with some good ideas in it but I can't find it back.

    • Kevin S DaGraca on

      As far as graphics goes, with armory you can a great running game with less hassle. For me the selling point is licensing. In BGE if you try to sell your game, someone could legally sell your copy and redistribute it. In Armory you own the game, and have the option to port the game to console.

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