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The Dead Linger - Alpha
in what engine did you make the game ?
in what engine did you make the game ?
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Zag  [developer] Jul 5, 2013 @ 11:35am 
OGRE 3D, but we are currently transitioning to a new, more modern engine with better tools. That will be our next update to the game, currently slated for late July or early August.
Oh, and what engine did you guys tink about ?
that has not been published yet.
Gatts Jul 5, 2013 @ 7:05pm 
You guys could move up the game to the Cryengine 3. Cryengine 3 has full support for MMOs :)
Valtharr Jul 5, 2013 @ 7:53pm 
I doubt that they'd use CryEngine. As far as I know, that one's pretty demanding in terms of hardware and the devs want to make TDL available to lower-end PCs as well.
What you tink about Unity or Unreal Engine ?
Musteline Jul 5, 2013 @ 11:22pm 
by the new pictures im almost sure its unity because the skybox is the same
LoS | Bywewe™ Jul 6, 2013 @ 12:40pm 
naa it wont be unity 3D because they evan said, and also because unity 3d is very complicated to generate terrain and building etc... as they said
WildWeasel Jul 6, 2013 @ 10:40pm 
If they try to incorporate support for low end pc's they will end up with a low end game.
Valtharr Jul 7, 2013 @ 12:24pm 
Yeah, I can't imagine a dumber idea than trying to maximize your potential consumer base...
WildWeasel Jul 8, 2013 @ 5:14pm 
making a game that will run smoothly on older, underpowered, and low end systems while utilizing mid to high end systems to their fullest is not an easy task otherwise there would be no need for minimum system specifications. This is complicated even more when it comes to multiplayer games where I (high end system) expect you ($300 budget pc) to see the world the same way I do in order to be competitive (it does me no good to hide in grass you cannot see, or render 100 zombies when you can only render 10.

Then there is also the issue of support and drivers for out of date video cards, operating systems and whether the engine being used can even scale down far enough to not choke out the processor.

So yeah the dumber idea would be to make a game that looks like it was release 10 years ago just so you don't miss a few sales from people that can't afford to upgrade their system, and probably wouldn't buy the game anyway.

TLDR: buy a used XBox360
₆⁶₆ Jul 9, 2013 @ 10:06am 
I want this GAME ON STEAM i would buy it !!!
What about cryEngine 3 ?
Looked like Unity Engine to me.

Sgt. Cortez Jul 12, 2013 @ 9:25am 
the better the engine, the better the game ... your ideas are just incredible : D
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