Unreal Development Kit - a version of Unreal Engine 3 that can be used to make games for PC and iOS. Licensing is done on a back-end-only basis.

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Unreal Engine 3 vs id Tech 3 vs Unity [closed]

I'm trying to decide which engine I should start using to try to start building a game in. I had chosen Unity, but upon hearing that Unreal Engine 3 had just become kinda free to use, I found myself ...
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Arcball Problems with UDK

I'm trying to re-create an arcball example from a Nehe, where an object can be rotated in a more realistic way while floating in the air (in my game the object is attached to the player at a distance ...
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Questions about rendering access in UDK

I also asked about this over on the UDK forums, but haven't had much luck getting any responses. Basically, I have some experience with UT3 modding, but I'm just getting started with the UDK, and I ...
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Options for UDK and version control repositories?

Another developer and I have begun to experiment with the Unreal Development Kit and have installed the UDK to our local computers. He's been toying around and experimenting and has some basic code ...
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How should I set up UDK with Git and CruiseControl?

For a new project in UDK, I'd like to set up a Git repository for version control and a CruiseControl.NET-based continuous integration solution. The good news is that he first part seems easy enough ...
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How can the Unreal Development Kit be used with Android?

I've read the UDK will support Android development, I checked the download page on the site and found nothing related to Android. also read that Dungeon Defenders Android game was built with Unreal ...
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Importing FBX with multiple meshes in UDK

I need to import into UDK a several amount of FBX models (representing buildings) which are composed by various submeshes (walls, windows, roof...). I need to keep the individual meshes (can't use the ...
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Why does UDK require .NET 4.0? [closed]

UDK engine requires that end-users install .NET 4.0, but what about Windows XP users? Is there any way to get rid of that requirement, by perhaps disabling certain features?