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omar bsoul; questions
Topic Started: Aug 23 2015, 12:26 PM (192 Views)
OmarBsoul
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I have a question. .... if I had already made a 3d game in game maker and wanted to improve it's graphics how could I use ultimate 3d dll in my game
Edited by OmarBsoul, Aug 23 2015, 12:27 PM.
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Dr. Best
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You'd pretty much have to redo the graphics aspects of your game using U3D for everything. There is not really any interoperability. Ultimate 3D started out before Game Maker even had 3D rendering.
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OmarBsoul
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Thanks, but as long as game maker doesn't support advanced 3d functions, the game maker users have worked hard to improve it's graphics, but until now no one could make a perfect 3d game..so I'm doing my best to collect them all and put them into one tutorial.
Edited by OmarBsoul, Sep 17 2015, 02:10 AM.
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OmarBsoul
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I meant that, I don't know how to use U3D in game maker.. so if there is any documentation or video tutorial that will be great.
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OmarBsoul
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I'm so thankful. :)
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