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#1 2019-03-10 17:00:09

TundrumMax
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Tungine - a 3D engine in your browser.

Tungine 0.4

For the past month or so, I have been developing a 3D engine from scratch using JS.
I have not used any extra resources such as WebGL or three.js, this is all from scratch using the HTML5 Canvas.
Obviously due to the fact that I am not that knowledgeable and it was made without WebGL, it's obvious that it's pretty mediocre. It does not have any shadows or proper z-buffering, but I hope to fix that in the future.

It is open-source, meaning that it will be able to improve in the future. I hope this helps with any 3D game you hope to make.

Link: https://gitlab.com/tundrummax/tunengine

I would also like some help with the actual development process as stated previously, I am not that knowledgeable and my methods of 3D rendering is perhaps a little unorthodox.

I am also willing to answer any questions you have. And if you have any suggestions, please suggest.


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#2 2019-03-10 21:02:24

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Re: Tungine - a 3D engine in your browser.

Can it run Doom?


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