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    Is it real: UE5 or Godot4, blender3D, Starcaft 2 and Quake Champions on MSI laptop?

    Hello FreeBSD community. Finally! ) I'm sorry for my English, I have not much practice. First of all, what I have: laptop with RTX2060, i7, nvme, uefi. What I know in linux: debian -> slackware -> arch. We scared by videos on YouTube about FreeBSD. They say there are many really simple...
  2. malavon

    Unreal Engine 4.20 & 4.21 and beyond

    It's that time of the year again, with a new Unreal Engine 4 released by Epic and I'd like to take the opportunity to inform you about some of the changes. What has changed I've been busy taking on a a huge amount of loose ends, although that hasn't really translated in much more commits due to...
  3. malavon

    Unreal Engine 4

    In case anyone is interested in some tech demo's/samples for UE4, I've been busy porting the engine and compiling most of the samples. A few are included here. These are all based on my personal fork of UE4, there is no support for FreeBSD in the official Epic repo. (edit: see the Unreal...
  4. clawhammer

    Solved How do I get started with graphics on the terminal?

    I am looking to make an old school style game such as NES games like super mario or elevator action. I've been searching around the internet for programming graphics on the terminal on unix but I haven't seen anything that I think is what I need. Does anyone have any suggestions on where to get...
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    Game engines that could potentially be used to spark a FreeBSD gaming revolution

    These are some of the engines that I briefly checked out. The links lead to the part of the codetrees that contain OS specific support, not the root of the codetrees. There're many other engines, but I left out engines who either did not have code repositories online, were for specifically for...
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