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jMonkeyEngine - A complete 3D game development suite written purely in Java.

  •    Java

jMonkeyEngine is a 3D game engine for adventurous Java developers. It’s open-source, cross-platform, and cutting-edge. 3.2.2 is the latest stable version of the jMonkeyEngine 3 SDK, a complete game development suite. The engine is used by several commercial game studios and computer-science courses.

jMonkeyEngine - 3D Game Engine in Java

  •    Java

jMonkeyEngine is a game engine made for developers who want to create 3D games following modern technology standards. It helps to create games that run on any OpenGL 2 and 3-ready device with the Java Virtual Machine – web, desktop, or mobile. It supports Shaders, Lighting, Physics, Special Effects, Texturing, Terrian and lot more.

GameComposer - GameComposer is a game authoring tool and also a game runtime environment targeting at desktop and mobile devices

  •    Java

GameComposer is a game authoring tool and also a game runtime environment targeting at desktop and mobile devices.Started as a JavaFX implementation some years ago, it now supports desktop and mobile devices, with support for modern technologies such as HTML5, WebGL, Apache Cordova/Crosswalk and Electron.




ure - the unRogueEngine

  •    Java

UnRogue Engine is a Java library for making roguelike games. URE is a class library of smart classes which work together to create a typical roguelike game environment based on 2D cell grids, turn-based action, and procedural content. It can emulate all the conventions of a normal single player roguelike such as Nethack, but is not limited to these conventions. Users can use URE simply as a display layer, as a full world abstraction manager, or take full advantage of its object library and use a conventional roguelike as an immediate jumping-off point to create from.

WurfelEngineSDK - Isometric game engine. Open world, block/voxel based and sprite rendering.

  •    Java

Wurfel Engine uses Maven for dependency management. It is built on top of libGDX. WurfelEngine.jar is not intended to work as a stand-alone application like the industry game engines (i.e. Unity). The engine is designed to be configured and programmed via source code in the programming language Java.