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BabylonJS — Free, Open Source, HTML5, 3D Game Engine Improved!



BabylonJS v4 was just released and in this video we look at what’s new and improved as well as give a quick overview of what BabylonJS is all about. We also …

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  1. Links:
    https://www.gamefromscratch.com/post/2019/05/04/BabylonJS-V4-Released.aspx
    https://www.gamefromscratch.com/page/BabylonJS-Tutorial-Series.aspx

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  2. i think babylon.js is easy because html word hard but easy if you use mimo app on playstore it teaches very simply i have done a websites

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  3. Which WebGL 3D game (pure js) actually has commercial games released under it? It seems that all of them are at best hobby projects with no "real projects" written on them. no "I've been a games developer for 15 years and have the experience to make a bad ass game" kind of developers within the field… there's just "nothing" that shows how good a game engine is for webgl.

    From time to time I see good things like sketchfab's 3d model previewer gizmo is pretty damned nice. Their engine seems to be top of the line, but I can't figure out what their using.

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  4. Nice video! Are there any examples of a rolling ball (something that I could build into a Super Monkey Ball clone 😊)?

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  5. gotta a question please.. is there any traditional game engine that is exactly like BabylonJS? I mean I really like the fact that it is using OpenGL or in this case WebGL.. which much better than Unity or other game engines in m opinion.. thanks for the nice tutorial!

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  6. I'm definitely interested. But I'm also curious to know, in what cases would it make sense to use three.js as opposed to babylon.js? I''m trying to decide which one of the two to spend time learning.

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  7. You know, i'm all for variety of game engines being available especially open source.

    But it seems that it becomes a saturated market..

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  8. Hey guys, i'm confused, what's the point of making a engine in js since it's a single threaded language. Is 3d not supposed to need a lot of optimisation in order to produce good performance for real time rendering ?

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  9. You seem to really enjoy javascript libraries for games. Is it because you enjoy making browser games or is it just because there are a lot of them you can cover?

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  10. great video on great tool. but. what is a reason to make (and play) browser-based games?
    independence from os? okay, but there are engines which can make ports for different operation systems. open-source? okay, but there are open-source desktop engines. and why play html5 games? you need to be online, browser gives additional level of complexity for hardware to process code and so on. don't get me wrong, I like html5 games. Thing is just about me realized that now I don't understand what is html5 games' advantage. Especially about 3d games.

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  11. I don't get the point of browser games. what is wrong with gamers. Just launch game as an app.
    don't get me wrong I like the browser games themselves. like many of the .io games and on newgrounds. but I still would prefer to launch them from OS/locally.

    browser games do make sense for tiny games sure. (even then i'd like to maybe play them offline). yes offline.
    but anything I plan on taking seriously should be launched as app from OS and preferably not even via a store client.

    all you need is lutris / some kind of game organizer + launcher. maybe something that gives you notifications (if set any schedules) and tracks how many active players and friends are playing.

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