Open 3D Engine
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|Original author(s)||Amazon Games|
|Developer(s)||Open 3D Foundation|
|Initial release||July 6, 2021|
2210.0 / October 12, 2022
|Written in||C++, Lua, Python|
|Operating system||Host: Windows, Linux|
|License||Apache License, Version 2.0, MIT license|
Open 3D Engine is a free and open-source 3D game engine developed by Open 3D Foundation, a subsidiary of the Linux Foundation, and distributed under the Apache 2.0 open source license. The initial version of the engine is an updated version of Amazon Lumberyard, contributed by Amazon Games. As of July 7, 2021, a developer preview of the engine is available.
Partners were recruited on the basis of resources, expertise, and motivation to foster a self-sustaining open source community for O3DE. These partners include: Accelbyte, Adobe, Apocalypse Studios, Audiokinetic, Backtrace.io, Carbonated, Futurewei, GAMEPOCH, Genvid Technologies, Hadean, Huawei, HERE Technologies, Intel, International Game Developers Association, Kythera AI, Niantic, Open Robotics, PopcornFX, Red Hat, Rochester Institute of Technology, SideFX, Tafi, TLM Partners, and Wargaming.
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