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I am new to game development. I was learning how to create 3d models in blender to use in an android game, but I was reading that you can use blender game engine for creating android games.

Is it a good idea to use it since I couldnt find any reviews about it. is it actually being used by developers to create android games?

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It is a good idea to test your idea in Blender app engine as a new 3D modeller. The game engine requires less programming knowledge, free, and you don't need reviews because it already has a great community. It is not as widely used by developers as other commercial game engines but it is still a good start.

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Agreed. Blender is really nice for a quick setup. You also can do almost everything inside blender. As opposed to using a few different programs and then putting them all together in another program. I'd suggest going through some tutorials. –  Vincent P Jan 7 '13 at 10:38
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