Data de lançamento
Create your own 3D worlds and 3D models, set camera controllers, materials, behaviors, click 'publish' and your game or app is ready. As Windows or Mac OS X apps, WebGL websites, Flash .swfs, or Android apps. You can do all this without programming.
- High performance 3D engine
CopperCube includes manually optimized 3D engines for all supported targets, running with OpenGL, Direct3D, WebGL and Stage3D.
- Simple-Click game system
No programming needed: Wether you want to create a simple 3D game, a complex, epic adventure, or a first person shooter: Select from lots of created behaviors and adjust them accordingly.
- Terrain Editor
Create your own 3D worlds directly in the editor, textures can be painted quickly with automatic texture blending into the terrain. There are also tools for placing grass and bushes, and creating trees.
- Physics Engine
Next to the the built-in blazingly fast collision and repsonse system, there is also a full physics engine integrated when publishing as Windows .exe and Mac OS X .app.
- Character Animation
You can model and animate characters using any 3D software, export it into one of the supported file formats and then import them into Coppercube. Also, it is possible to download existing 3D models from the web and use them in the editor.
- Low poly editing tools
You can edit your own 3D models directly in CopperCube: It includes a simple 3D modelling tool for creating levels, models and items.
- Cross Platform Script system
- High quality Light Mapper
The editor includes a high quality light mapping tool. Place your lights, click on 'calculate' and your 3D levels will look great.
- Native WebGL support
Unlike in other 3D engines, CopperCube's WebGL code is handwritten and highly optimized: Your 3D game will download quickly and run fast, even if run directly on a website. CopperCube's WebGL client is just about incredible 200 KB in size!
- Many publishing targets
Create 3D games for these targets, with one single click:
- Windows (.exe) apps
- Mac OS X (.app) apps
- WebGL websites (.html)
- Android (.apk) apps
- Flash websites (.swf)