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I saw another question from 2011 on this, but it's 2013

What's the best 3d Python game engine to learn? Good documentation, cross-platform, good community, continuing development?

I looked at Panda3d and it's last blog post was from 2011. The demo games are from 2008ish too.

Blender 3d Game Engine seems pretty cool in that it works with blender. I'm about to commit to learning that.

There was alot of activity from 2008-2011 on Google Trends then it tapers off.

I feel like I am missing something. Any suggestions?



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Please check out the FAQ – floAr Mar 18 '13 at 8:51

I've used Panda3D in the past... I quite liked it. It's still just as usable today as most other Python game engines. If you feel up to it, there is also python-orge, though I believe it's a little more low level than Panda.

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