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Turbulenz Game Engine Open-Sourced

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Published on 03 May 2013 03:30 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming
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The Turbulenz game engine has been open-sourced under the MIT license.

Turbulenz is an HTML5-based game engine, but while it's web-based, it's quite impressive. The HTML5 game engine supports 2D and 3D content via WebGL and JavaScript. Thanks to the web nature, it's multi-platform friendly across WebGL-supported browsers. Turbulenz can even handle Quake 4 assets.

Many more details on this HTML5 game engine that's now open-source under the MIT can be found in the company's blog post. Embedded below is a video showing off Turbulenz.


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