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January 3rd, 2014, 18:07
Originally Posted by joxer View Post
Aurora is only 6 years older than Nebula.
Aurora2 (Electron Engine) is only 2 years older.
Unlike Nebula, Aurora is NOT open source code.

Nebula was intended to do TDE, Aurora was intended to do d&d. Totally similar things, the only difference is that Nebula does the job better.
No, only the scripting part of Aurora was used in TW1. Electron is copyrighted by Obsidian, not Bioware AFAIK. BTW: 6 years are a eternity in the games business.

Nebula is a normal development engine (free, of course), but NOT a simple "create your rpg" toolbox like Aurora. What's so difficult about it?

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