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OpenSimulator

OpenSimulator is an open source multi-platform, multi-user 3D application server.

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  1. Second Life is a virtual reality platform where individuals interact in a virtual world. The software was developed in 2003 by Linden Labs. More than one million people now regularly use the software.

  2. Create and play in virtual worlds with others

  3. The multiplatform game creation tools for everyone.

  4. Unreal Engine 4 is a suite of integrated tools for game developers to design and build games, simulations, and visualizations.

  5. A one of a kind online social game for PC, full of multiplayer games, activities, synchronized media, and ZERO microtransactions.

  6. Blender is the open source, cross platform suite of tools for 3D creation.

  7. "With GameMaker, I went from no programming knowledge to full-time developer in 2 years!" Seth Coster - Butterscotch Shenanigans - Crashlands. "GMS 2 is absolutely amazing and I cannot get over how great this software is to use".

  8. Activeworlds hosts a Universe of over 500 3D virtual reality worlds.

  9. Manyland is an open universe we invent and live together.

  10. Hobbo is also known as โ€˜Hobbo Hotelโ€™.

  11. Discover a smarter, map-based project portfolio. Easier planning, better data management, great collaboration - Arkit gives you one intuitive system to make every day more productive.

  12. Vircadia is an open-source and decentralized real-time VR creation platform for university, enterprise, social, and OpenSim users.

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Categories: Game Engine, Game Development, Virtual Worlds