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January 3rd, 2014, 18:02
Aurora is only 6 years older than Nebula device. Not 15 like those pinballs.
Aurora2 (Electron Engine) is only 2 years older.
Unlike Nebula device, Aurora is NOT an open source code.

Nebula device was intended to do TDE, Aurora was intended to do d&d. Totally similar things of converting tabletop rules into a crpg, the difference is that Nebula device does the job better.

And honestly, if TW2 used Nebula device, I wouldn't mind at all. And they could as in that engine much bigger project than TW1 can be made. Not that I'm unhappy with cdpr's selfmade engine.


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Nebula device and Nebula engine are two different things - Nebula engine is ment for browserbased games, it's used by Bigpoint although also developed by Radon Labs and I'm unsure if that one is open source
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