Review:Multiverse MMO Development Platform-REV-ID-1
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|Name||Multiverse MMO Development Platform|
|Short description||Platform for developing virtual worlds and online games|
|Full description||The Multiverse Platform is an open source platform that gives people the opportunity to create their own MMO, completely free. Using the MIT license, the barriers to creating an advanced MMO are lowered, meaning people with even a little programming experience can make a fully-functional MMO|
|GNU package name|
|VCS checkout command|
|Computer languages||C++, Python, Java|
|Keywords||MMO, online game, MIT, RPG, RTS, FPS|
Real name: Tristan Bacon
Role: Director of Communications
Real name: Shane Fischer
Role: Director of Foundation Development
Real name: Jono Vanderkolk
Role: Lead Programmer
|Graphics:||3d, editor, library|
|Programming-language:||C++, java, python|
|Use:||education, gameplaying, live-communications, software-development|
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