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I'm looking for tutorials and documentation for JMonkeyEngine, beside the material on the official website. Any clue?

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closed as too broad by Josh Petrie May 9 at 16:14

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any specific areas/topics you are looking for? The website seemed to have pretty decent documentation/tutorials so am wondering what direction you are wanting with this. – lathomas64 Nov 29 '10 at 18:08
Also in most cases I've seen, the official website has more up-to-date documentation than the random old blog posts you might find around the internet, and usually more complete too. – Ricket Feb 22 '11 at 14:13
By my experience, the more source of information you have, the more you get a chance to find one easy to understand for you... – Alexis Dufrenoy Feb 22 '11 at 16:05

Although mostly from the official site, I thought it was important to mention them as they have a lot of good tutorials.

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Most of the links are invalid now. Returns page not found. Please update links can be really helpful – Crawler Apr 12 at 5:40
@Crawler its been 5 years since the answer has been posted :). Check out github for their source:, their Q&A page (StackOverflow-like): for support, and for wiki – yxk Apr 21 at 4:45

Although not exactly the same technology you might want to check out the lightweight java game library at as there seems to be a fair amount of tutorials on it.

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Downvote? JMonkeyEngine isn't as widely used as lwjgl. – davidahines Mar 1 '11 at 14:07
I think it's because it's off-topic... – Alexis Dufrenoy Mar 1 '11 at 14:41
Not exactly, I found very little resources for JME but much more on lwjgl. – davidahines Mar 1 '11 at 15:55
Yes, but the poster was looking for information regarding JME. – Noctrine Mar 1 '11 at 21:25

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