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Revision as of 05:42, 17 June 2015


A collection of free software for game developers. For software used to create game art, see this collection.


Native game engines

Torque 3D
A powerful game engine. Suited for development of 3D desktop games.


Godot
Another powerful 2D and 3D game engine, can export to all platforms including mobile ones and HTML5 (work in progress).

Has an editor similar to Unity. Uses its own scripting language, GDScript. You can create entire games with less than 1,000 lines of code.


Sly
2D/3D game engine written in Guile Scheme, featuring live coding and discrete functional reactive programming.


HTML5 game engines

Branded Mini-Games
An online HTML5 advergame creator which has different game templates to choose from to re-skin


HTML5 game engines

Phaser
A popular HTML5 game engine, suitable for 2D games.


GDevelop
A less known game engine, can create HTML5 games as well as native ones. Has an IDE that lets you create games without programming.


Map editors

NetRadiant
A 3D map editor for BSP maps.


Tiled
A 2D tile map editor.


Asset creation

NeoTextureEdit
Procedural texture generator.


sfxr
Procedural sound generator, good for making placeholder sounds.


AwesomeBump
Normal/specular/parallax/ambient occlusion map generator.


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