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Genesis3D was a project by Eclipse Entertainment to create a 3D game engine for Microsoft Windows platforms to render indoor scenes with moderate polygon count at high performance. The first version of the engine was released in the form of source code in 1998 with a restricted license. It supported hardware acceleration and software renderering.
Notable games developed on Genesis3D
- Extreme Boards & Blades (1999), a 3D skateboarding and rollerblading simulation.
- Extreme Paintbrawl 2 (1999), a 3D first-person paintball FPS developed and published by Head Games.
- G-Sector (2000)
- Kingsborn (2000)
- Barbie Generation Girl Gotta Groove (2001), the number-seven best-selling game for Christmas 1999 developed by Neurobatics Corporation
- Dragon's Lair 3D: Return to the Lair (2002), developed by Dragonstone Software
- Special Force (2003), an anti-Israel game developed by Hezbollah.
- Ethnic Cleansing (2002), an openly racist computer game developed and distributed by Resistance Records.
- Neocron (2002)
- Catechumen (2000), a 3D Roman first-person shooter developed and published by Christian video game company N'Lightning Software.
- Ominous Horizons: A Paladin's Calling (2001), the second 3D Christian first-person shooter developed by N'Lightning Software as a spiritual successor to Catechumen.
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