Tag: Android 3D

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Unity3D for Android Pre-Sales

Unity3D is a great 3D engine made for game developer to use in the creation of their 3D games. This engine covers everything from browser based MMORPGs to PC games, iPhone/iPad to console games and not so long ago announced it would be supporting Android game development with an Android version of their engine. It was just announced that pre-sales will be starting shortly.

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Droidkoban 3D

Droidkoban, by developer Leihwelt, is a new 3D Puzzle game featuring our beloved little Android as he moves through various stages moving boxes to where they need to go in order to proceed to the next stage. All the graphics are done using OpenGL ES technology and game play is done via the trackball.

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ShiVa3D supports Android

ShiVa3D by Stonetrip is a 3D gaming engine that has been used on pc and console based games for awhile now as well as used by many popular iPhone games. Stonetrip just announced they have included Android support with their Android Authorizing Tool which has just been released in it’s beta phase.

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Epic Fail

Well the Epic Press Conference just ended and it wasn’t really a long one either. A brief mention about the iPhone getting the Unreal Engine at some point soon was one announcement they made. Also they showed a game called APB (All Points Bulletin). However, any news about Android…didn’t happen.

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WWII: D-Day 3D FPS

There’s a new 3D FPS game out on the market called WWII: D-Day which is very Counter-Strike-ish by developer 3D Studio who has come out lately with a lot of 3D FPS games. This game is an online multiplayer game with 2 dedicated servers for online play.

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Open Source Quake 2 & 3 Ports

Usually I try to stay away from posting too much news other sites have already touched upon however sometimes this isn’t possible. This is one of those times. Awhile back Android and Me had started up something called Android Bounty where there would be an app suggestion made and the developer who fulfilled the requirements would get a cash reward. The last one was for a working Quake port but no one had really stepped up to do it especially after ID Software got all the ports of their games removed from the market.