In this section we will list all of our Flax Engine tutorials that you can use to leverage learning the engine possibilities.
FLAX Engine, is an open-source, cross-platform game engine designed for wide target of people interested in making 3D games and don’t always have coding skills. The engine is still pretty much under development and sometimes can be a limitation when trying to implement more complex features. In our case with the Wolfenstein 3D tutorial.
The engine shows lot of potential and has a very interesting feel for the games that you create which makes it having a characteristic look & feel that makes it different from the other engines that we have been able to test up to now in the different tutorials that we have created.
A new version 1.4 has just been released with the following key features:
Key Features of the 1.4 release include:
- a change from $25K a quarter earnings to a $250K earnings before royalties (of 4% on the exceeding balance) are owed
- the addition of an all new real-time global illumination system based around the DDGI algorithm and utilizing SDF (signed distance fields)
- SDFs are also used in materials, particles and shaders, opening up several new VFX options
- a new tech demo (available here and on Steam) showcasing the new GI in action
- addition of 64bit world coordinates enabling universe scale games
- a new crowd based navigation system
- a new rich text view with HTML formatting support
- improvements to the visual scripting language including dictionary support and new find functionality
- miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements
Download Flax Engine from! https://flaxengine.com/download/
Flax engine tutorials