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The problem with open-source game engines

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The problem with open-source game engines

Postby whalabi » Wed Jun 29, 2011 4:23 pm

Yo! Apologies for the flame-bait, but I've written up a post about what I think are big issues with open source game engines, and why a commercial engine may be a better idea

It basically boils down to the fact that commercial engines have teams of dedicated developers paid to help you

The problem with open source game engines
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