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3D refers to three dimensional space where coordinates are represented with X, Y and Z values.

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I really like the under-appreciated game engine in Blender. (http://www.blender.org) The sensor-controller-actuator model is really easy to follow even for non-programmers, and it's possible to make a …
answered Jan 5 '11 by Two pi
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Although it may appear to be 3D, 'hack and slash' games (like Diablo) are really 2D games. Often the components (the sprites) are created in a 3D modeling tool, but only the 2D renders of the sprites … games tend to not use dynamic animation (skeletons and deformations.) Instead, the animations are often created in a 3D package and saved as a library of images. The sprite then has a lookup table of …
answered Oct 27 '10 by Two pi