PaperWorld3D Goes Open Source
PaperWorld3D, a game engine for developing virtual worlds and MMOGs in Flash, went open source last week. Based on existing open-source projects like PaperVision3D and Red5, the engine is available under LGPL. The Electric Sheep Company is using PaperVision for a current project, but working with an Ogoglio backend. For newer developers or those with less resources, though, the open-source engine project could be very attractive. John Grden, founding member of the projects, presents a demo below at Flash in the Can Amsterdam:
(News from http://www.virtualworldsnews.com/2008/04/paperworld3d-go.html)
Posted on April 7th 2008 at 11:18 pm by Rich.
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