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CopperCube - a 3D editor for Flash Stage3D and WebGL, Mac OS X and Windows

CopperCube - a 3D editor for Flash Stage3D and WebGL, Mac OS X and Windows | Machinimania | Scoop.it

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CopperCube can publish your 3d scenes using Flash or WebGL. And additionally, it can create standalone Windows .exe and Mac OS X .app programs as well.

Create everything from simple Panoramas to full Games

There is no limit in what can be created with CopperCube. Use the built-in panorama editor to create simple 360 degree panorama viewers or the free 3d scene mode to create architectural visualizations, model viewers or even full featured games.
No Programming necessary!

Creating interactive 3D scenes can be done using CopperCube without the need to write one single line of code. There are even selectable behaviors for artificial intelligence controlled enemies. But if you want to make your scenes even more interactive, you can script and access everything in the engine using ActionScript 3 or JavaScript.

This is a very well known program for Building Games and Interactive websites. If you don't know it you should oay them a visit. They are great :-) @safegaard

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Platinum Arts Sandbox Free 3D Game Maker | Award Winning Open Source Easy To Use Game Maker

Platinum Arts Sandbox Free 3D Game Maker | Award Winning Open Source Easy To Use Game Maker | Machinimania | Scoop.it
Platinum Arts Sandbox Free 3D Game Maker is a popular award winning open source free game maker and educational game design software tool that makes it easy for kids and adults to create video games, maps and worlds.

 

I always look for interesting softwares for my kids. You know, something they actually could learn from and got skills to use in other terms off life. They want to play games, ok, why not let them build something for them self then. :-) @safegaard

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