So i used realmcrafter a long long time ago. and recently ran across this and got excited to maybe use it again. but i do a few questions. 1. is it worth my time building a game in this engine and if i do build a game will other people be able to play this game.
2. I downloaded the Realmcrafter ce 2.0 form the forum and booted it up works just like i remember but i cant change the size of my screen. and when i make it full screen it completely crashes and says cant set graphics mode and i have no idea how to fix that
3. i remember there be several different "Wizards" such as a script wizard and quest wizard where it allow you to make quest super easily. is that a thing still or is that gone with the rest of solestar.
4. are there any good places to get models and textures for this engine and what is the best program to use to make models for this engine
5. what programming langue dose RC use
thank you for anyone and everyone that answer this i appreciate it
I will try... 1) That depends on how much time you're willing to devote to an abandoned engine falling behind the times for lack of development. It also depends on what any of it is worth to you, personally (or sentimentally.) Others can play it if you build it, though there are still many unforgivable bugs. I, myself, still enjoy playing with it from time to time. 2) There are two separate GUI executables in RCCE 2.0 because of issues with that. For the client, try changing the settings, exiting, and then restarting. I'm not really sure, though, it's been about four years for me. 3) These are still around, if you ask the right people. I, personally, refuse to redistribute the intellectual property of others, though, even abandonware, and most others in this community feel the same. It's just not worth it. 4) Search Google for "free 3d models," "free .b3d models," (or .x.) There are several sites out there, though some models may have to be converted in either Blender or Fragmotion to be used in Realm Crafter if they're not .b3d, .x, or .3ds. Turbosquid has lots of free and paid models. Arteria 3D and 3Dfoin also have fairly affordable models that look rather pretty. 5) Blitz.
Last Edit: Aug 5, 2019 3:31:19 GMT by Death: Missing comma, edited for clarity.