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Software News   Software News : Use for Soms3D Engine decided
   posted by _Steve_ on 9-Feb-2003 0:31:28 (1201 reads)
The development team behind the Soms3D Engine createda poll to determine what kind of game the engine should be used to create. The votes have been counted and it has been decided by gamers that the Soms3D Engine should be used to create a Silent Hill type horror game.

The developers Anime Development currently need any capable ray-tracers and 3D object creators to assist in the production of the title. Anybody else wishing to offer any help should contact them.
If you want to ask Anime Development any questions or wish to help with the development of their game, then e-mail them at sylvio.k@gmx.de.

For more details look on the AmigaFlame website.
    

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