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Other Game Creation => Other Game Making Programs => Topic started by: Geri on March 21, 2011, 07:57:49 PM

Title: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on March 21, 2011, 07:57:49 PM
Maker3D is a powerfull 3D RPG maker environment.
(http://fantasymaker3d.uw.hu/m1.jpg)

The software is designed to provide user-friendly and familiar RPG creation tool for the maker-community. Software offers an easy, self-documenting clickable/writable scripting system based on BASIC programming language. With chipset and tileset based map editing, you can easilly create the universe for your game. To use the application, no programming skills needed. Maker3D ships with large built-in content, including tilesets, chipsets, monsters, avatars. Everything, you need.


Select-and-click based level edition

Just select a model from the left list by clicking with the mouse, and click on the map. Its so simple to create your rooms, cityes, houses, caves. Select a pen, and paint your ground. Select a texture, and change the ground tiles. Just like in the old 2d rpg maker softwares, Maker3D offers an easy editor system to create your maps within minutes. You need more than the built-in chipset and tilesets? No problem. Maker3D offers support for the most popular object and texture formats, including .3ds, .obj, .c, .jpg, .bmp, .tga



Built-in character creator wizzard
(http://fantasymaker3d.uw.hu/m3.jpg)

Select the hair fashion, select the panties, select socks, shoes, gloves, etc... In Maker3D, you can just simply click together your heroes, NPC-s, and enemies. You can simple add your textures too, and the finished models does not needed to be exported: they just work. You viewing the characters in real time while you editing them, you can rotate them with the mouse, and check them from multiple directions.


Documentation-free knowledge

Handling Maker3D is even simplyer than handling the old 2d rpg creator softwares. Just check the example game, read everything wich is writed out to your screen, and put your game together.


Easy script/event editing


You can place your scripts on the world map, and you can simply write them. You not need to learn Maker3D-s syntax: just click on the command! For example, to create a script wich loads a modell, just click on the command LOAD_MODELL, select a modell from the pop-upping content browser, then point on a location on the world map. You can use variables, cycles... FOR, IF, you can build up your scripts with the help of the famous BASIC programming language. After you click or type a command, the command's syntax appears, and a tiny example that shows the working of the specified command. You can place up to 80 script on a map: they will executed parallelly. Almost 100 scripting command: text writing, messaging, sound handlig, everything you need.





Built-in battle system
(http://fantasymaker3d.uw.hu/m4.jpg)

Maker3D has built in HP / MP / Item / Magic / Attack / Block based, turn-based traditional JRPG battle system. You can add up to 4 hero and 4 enemy to the current battle. You can handle the battle system easilly from the script-system. Running a battle will not even break the other running scripts on the map. Add your heroes, monsters to the battle system, and enjoy the battle with the epic battlecamera system.



Loading and saving

Game created with Maker3D offers loading and saving ability, wich restores your characters, variables, and items. It even saves a screen dump, wich is associated to the save slots.



WYSIWYG

What you see is what you get. You can just try your map in Maker3D immediately, and return to the map edition. Maker3D has debugging ability: watch your variables, frame per second rate.

Save executable

Maker3D can export an executable from your game. Your exported game can be easilly shared with your friends or on the internet. Your exported game is LOGO-FREE. Its not necessarry to install your game on the users machine, its enough to be copyed. No external runtime packages, and no other horror.
   
Modern 3D graphics

Maker3D got modern 3D graphics, with real time lighting and real shadowing. Particles, anti-aliasing, motion-blur, glow, gamma... Everything, you need. Maker3D is the ONLY usable 3d rpg creator software. This is the only existing software wich offers the simplycity of the old 2d rpgmakers and the magic of real 3d.

Get some food, turn off the lights, sit down, and feel the power of your creativity. Create your own RPG! Get Maker3D today!

check video & download the software:
http://Maker3D.tk (http://Maker3D.tk)
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on August 10, 2011, 11:28:51 AM
*UPDATES*
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BUILD 670:
-PNG-s with alphamap was loaded incorrectly
-Battle system's lag fixed by lowering minfps latency
-Some battle shocking effect added for the simple attack in the battle system
-The runtime now supports the folowing widescreen resolutions: 1360x768, 1280x768, 1680x1050, 1920x1080FullHD

(mirrors will be refreshed with the new version until night!)

*SOLIDARITY WITH THE CITIZENS OF LONDON*
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Living in an extreme-liberal country should be very hard in this days. Until the massacre of the invading hordes in the UK, every London/Manchaster citizen gets back 5 Euro after buy!

Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on August 19, 2011, 09:18:27 AM
build 681

-Changed loading screen design
-Some small design changements in the maker's editor
-Changed right parameter panel
-Testing map now resets script execution properly
-Fixed pentagram flickering in the battle system
-Now editor automatically uses the Non-Power-Of-Two textures, if it can
-Battle system enemy selection may showed wrong enemy, fixed
-Enemy may attacked alreday dead hero becouse of an unitialized data in the code
-Magic list showed broken Red Magic parameters until it floated to the screen
-60% speed up in the graphics pipeline
-Graphics engine caused matrix stack overflow, fixed
-Graphics engine sometime touched shader functions without reason, fixed
-Battle camera may showed wrong image when the teams showed
-Battle system printed memory garbage sometimes, when an attack affected the whole team
-Heroes and enemys now squat correctly, if they injured seriously
-Cacheing recived a loading bar
-There may was broken vertices above the heroes when they stopped walking, fixed
-20-30% speed improvement in the animated model loading
-Battle camera code now does not watch to upward if the enemy/hero is small
-Better radar
-Scripts was missing from radar, fixed
-Now you can switch lines in script editor by clicking into they line number
-From now, failsafe Direct3D mode available for GPU's without OpenGL drivers (experimental, in game mode only)
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Infinate X on August 20, 2011, 12:46:20 AM
This si awesome! I tried the demo, not used to it and haven't fully figured it out but I only have one question! How much is 13 Euros in Canadian Dollars?
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: pacdiggity on August 20, 2011, 01:08:00 AM
13.00 EUR = 18.5264 CAD
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on August 20, 2011, 01:21:56 AM
thx for calculating the number :D

btw

i am sorry but there is serious a performance problem with some nvidia gpus in the version 681. i will fix it soon
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on August 20, 2011, 03:38:44 PM
BUILD 685:
-nVidia performance bug fixed with some GeForce GPU's
-Now frameskip is supported, when framerate is too low
-Matrix stack underflow fixed in the graphics engine
-VBO overindexing fixed in the graphics engine

2. and 3. mirror is alreday contain the fresh version, 1. mirror will be refreshed within 16 hours
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on August 26, 2011, 04:08:50 PM
paypal button was broken on the site; problem solved.
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: DarkDjango on August 28, 2011, 01:13:54 PM
Wow.
This is awesome.
At first I thought it was an official Enterbrain software, but then I read the rest of the posts (and saw the site), which just raises the awesomeness level.
Is the battle system turn-based only?
(Don't get me wrong, its my favorite. Just curiosity.)
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on August 30, 2011, 01:49:17 PM
thx!

yes, its turn based only (and it waits for menu browsing)
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on September 12, 2011, 02:50:48 PM
(http://fantasymaker3d.uw.hu/thx10k_4.jpg)

BUILD 702:

-20-70% speed-up
-sprites now using mipmapping and anizo filtering, if available
-fixed a broken filter selection in the graphics engine
-application now sets default language to Hungarian in Romania and Slovakia
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on September 25, 2011, 07:44:32 PM
Intel HD graphics series/GMA series are probably the most famous graphics deaccelerators, wich has around 50+ % market share in the universe among GPU's. And peoples are tortrued me, to make maker3d compatible with this beautifull graphics cards also.

(http://fantasymaker3d.uw.hu/intelfail.jpg)

So i just did it. I have added a low graphics quality mode to Maker3D, so the editor currently can run playable on Intel HD graphics series. It can found in the Maker3D menu, and can be adjusted in real time. It also can switched back to full graphics quality easilly. This maybee also helps on SiS and S3 graphics cards.

BUILD 704:

-accidentally, build 702 used a bit darker lighting modell. fixed.
-editor can be switched to low graphics mode (Intel GMA owners now can be happy)

please note: download mirrors will be refreshed within 2 day
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on October 11, 2011, 01:03:13 AM
(http://legend.uw.hu/mamoswinefail.jpg)
okay mamoswine, this time we gona reach 25 fps with 9800gt, i promise

BUILD 719:
-30% more FPS
-20% faster content loading
-fonts was mistakenly garbage collected sometimes
-bug fixed: some nvidia bugs (caused some missing lighting)
-added a door sound, a cow avatar, and a desert texture
-bug fixed: some minor collision glitches
-graphics fonts now got antialiasing
-bug fixed: small but annoying border for sprites
-fixed broken scrolling with the scrollbar

mirrors will be refreshed within 24 hours
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on December 17, 2011, 01:53:03 AM
BUILD 746:

-Terrain rendering is optimised (a total +20% performance)
-Some little intro thingie added
-Fixed the alpha-blending bug on shadowed models
-Script wait until exec was broken
-Added two new pine-tree models
-Added menu that allows copying models, scripts and terrain
-Some better interactive menu animations when moving mouse in the editor
-Fixed command: SHADOW_DIRECTION
-Fixed a minor flaw in the tga loader
-Fixed a potentional segmentation fault
-Fixed an issue with animations when a model had only 2 keyframe
-Font textures was not properly cached.
-Paking down/deleting was mistakenly ate the RAM
-Terrain texture painting now can be deleted with right click
-Character creator accidentally returned a debug string on the console
-Added a new overworld music
-Added a non-store testmap mode that keeps the whole map after testing
-Incrased max number of scripts per map from 80 to 180


download: [/b ]http://Maker3D.tk  (http://Maker3D.tk)

xmas action: just 8 eur.

(http://static.cerebralgibberish.com/images/xmas_anime3.jpg)
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on December 17, 2011, 10:12:58 PM
BUILD 749 *HOTFIX*:

-This is a hotfix version, the new terrain renderer was broken
-The english locale was missing on the copy menu
-Added new command: MODELL_ALPHA
-Instead of o3 and 6x86 mode, this release is compiled with o2 and 5x86
-Test (throw) caused strange behaviour in the editor
-Saving ditchs in the terrain was flawed
-There was an issue with decoding negative non-string variables
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on January 22, 2012, 04:47:07 PM
BUILD 757:

-Fixed a memory bug in file name handling, may caused segmentation fault on some systems.
-Fixed several program flow control bugs in while/wend/if/else/endif/exitwhile/exitfor handling

download links will updated within 24 hour.
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on March 15, 2012, 07:32:39 PM
BUILD 764:
-Fixed a bug on some Intel i3/5/7 machines that caused maker3d to crash
-Fixed a bug with some S3 graphics cards that caused windows hang when starting maker
-Fixed a bug in the image loader that may caused unexpected results or crash in some cases

also, fixed crash on *some* intel hd graphics machines.
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: modern algebra on March 17, 2012, 03:10:43 AM
This looks pretty neat. I don't know why I never saw it before.
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on March 17, 2012, 11:33:47 AM
This looks pretty neat.

thankyou ^^
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on April 05, 2012, 02:56:23 PM
BUILD 765:
-RESTART_SCRIPT was broken when a model on the script walked away in some cases
-Test map (throw) was forgot to reset the movement bits of some objects, fixed
-In the editor, the camera now can be zoomed higher.
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: jomarcenter on April 08, 2012, 10:04:51 AM
thank you very much i been looking for 3d rpg game maker for a year...
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on April 14, 2012, 09:58:01 PM
i hope you will enjoy it ^^
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: jomarcenter on April 15, 2012, 12:43:27 AM
did you made the program?
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on April 25, 2012, 12:34:02 AM
yes
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: D&P3 on April 25, 2012, 11:11:46 AM
Looks good, I gave the demo version a try.

When I run it, it literally eats away at the majority of memory allocation on the stack, which forced my computers productivity to reduce significantly.

It seems that I meet the compatibility requirements that you listed on your website, although my computer is a 2006 model, so it isn't exactly new.

Anyway, I would love to delve further into this program, but that significant increase in CPU usage has me a little worried.
If possible, could you store more of your values on the heap so that the processor has an easier time?

Thanks for the program nonetheless :)
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: bluntsword on April 25, 2012, 01:27:30 PM
I too had similar issues.

I certainly don't have a Cadillac of a laptop, but it's not trash.  I was unable to do much of anything due to the crazy lag it caused.  I really hope you are able to improve this program further, it's really intriguing.  In the mean time... where's a better computer? Maybe I have one somewhere.
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on May 10, 2012, 12:24:19 PM
bluntsword, D&P3: o hai

actually, the graphics driver is what eating your cpus. so i cant do anything with it.
but maybe turning maker to low graphics mode helps a lot (maker3d menu on the upper panel on right side.)

if you have 2 gbyte ram, a two-core computer, and a modern gpu that is listed on the webpage, there should be no problem with the response of the operating system.

btw windows can force the priority of the application, control alt del, right click on engine.exe, priority: below normal.
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on July 25, 2013, 01:00:14 PM

sorry, there was an issue with the webpage, it was not available for a frew days at all. now i have fixed the problem.

Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Gaming Princess Luna on August 07, 2013, 11:57:07 AM
Well, I don't know how the steam suggestions work, but I guess you should send it there, because there you can buy it with Pre Paid Cards and that makes it for more people interresting. ;)
But it looks really interresting and I surely will give it a try. ;)
And I can say after some trying, I don't know how to make characters, objects or even setting textures to the ground.
And I really want to appriciate, if there would be simple scripting and commands like there is in RPG Maker Series. ;)
But my biggest concern is the performance, I got at best rates 15 FPS and I got these System Specifications:
AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 6000+ with 3,22 Ghz
6 GB DDRII-800 RAM
Zotac GTX650Ti with 2GB GDDR5-RAM 128bit DX11
Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
So I guess my PC isn't that bad. ;)
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on August 17, 2013, 11:14:44 PM
hi.

-there is some performance drops with some drivers, try a different one, that maybe will help.

-you can create the character after entering to the script editor. there you click on load_model, and there you can find the character generation tool (right side of the panel)

-you can pain the ground texture by clicking its icon below the colorer tool - it will switch the brush to texturing mode, there you can select the texture to paint also
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Gaming Princess Luna on August 17, 2013, 11:54:11 PM
hi.

-there is some performance drops with some drivers, try a different one, that maybe will help.

-you can create the character after entering to the script editor. there you click on load_model, and there you can find the character generation tool (right side of the panel)

-you can pain the ground texture by clicking its icon below the colorer tool - it will switch the brush to texturing mode, there you can select the texture to paint also
1. Thank you, but even after switch to AMD Athlon and GTX250 (I think it's the closest one to the GTX650Ti) I only get 15 FPS in test play. But the same happens in games like GTAIV so I guess my CPU is to slow. ;)

2. & 3. Thank you, that works fine after your help, well wasn't that hard as I thought first. ;)
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on August 18, 2013, 02:55:04 PM
since you have this issue with multiple game software, maybe your mainboard driver is missing, or broken.
that can limit the transfer speed of the io system, limiting the communication speed with gpu, that result fewer fps.
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Gaming Princess Luna on August 18, 2013, 03:54:10 PM
since you have this issue with multiple game software, maybe your mainboard driver is missing, or broken.
that can limit the transfer speed of the io system, limiting the communication speed with gpu, that result fewer fps.
Well, the mainboard drivers are from Windows 7, because this mainboard I got isn't Windows 7 combatible. ;)
The CPU is really slow, it lags in GTA IV and Minecraft.
The others like Crysis Warhead, Resident Evil Revelation works fine. ;) (\s/)
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on November 14, 2013, 07:41:03 PM
Bug workaround:

Bug when loading some types of .wav file format: some newer audio collection sites and some newer audio editor softwares started to use 48 khz audio file format to export or save they audio. Maker3D does not support 48 khz audio files. Maker3D supports 44 khz, 22 and 11 khz formats, but not 48 khz (yet). Please convert your audio files to 44 khz, before using them in Maker3D.
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on July 07, 2014, 08:20:51 PM
Bug workaround: buggy jpg encoders

Some newer websites and applications (such as GIMP) started to use a new jpg compression algorythm, which is not compatible for some unknown reason.

If the engine fails to load the jpg file, the texture will be missing, and the part of the model which contains the buggy jpg file, will be white.

I tried the latest version of the jpg decoder i use into Maker, but it not solved this, so i cant do anything with this problem.

Solution:

Save your image into a different format (like png), and if you wish, save it with another painting application into the jpg format. jpg files saved by mspaint, kolourpaint, xnview are usually good.


Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on December 22, 2014, 01:19:19 AM
WebMoney payments are now accepted, but only if PayPal is not working from your contry/bank.

However, i dont want to standardize these kind of transfers, therefore this is available only privately, only for your REQUEST.

This payment method is only setted up to sell my softwares, if you are located in a nation where PayPal is not available, for example:
-Russia
-Ukraine
-Iran
-Belorussia
-People's republic of ... Fuckistan, whatever

Contact me in skype, if you want to pay with WebMoney.
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Gaming Princess Luna on December 26, 2014, 03:31:04 PM
I think you should increase the performance a bit, because my PC is sure not the worst, but I get 20 FPS maximum on 1024x768 windowed mode. O.o
Fullscreen I still not found, common commands like "ALT & ENTER" or " STRG & F" doesn't seem to work. :/ (\s/)

My system specifications:
System Specifications:
Windows 10 64 bit Technical Preview
LC Power 550w
AMD FX 4130 3,8 GHz ~ 4,21 GHz
8 GB DDR3-1866 RAM
ZOTAC Nvidia GTX 650 Ti:
GPU Clock 941 MHz ~ 1100 MHz
Memory Clock 1350 MHz ~ 1750 MHz
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on March 10, 2015, 11:20:06 AM
Trixie: the reason of the slow operaton is probably due to the too many opengl API calls.
there is an ongoing enhancement to change the opengl api into software rendering, however, it looks too ugly now, and its even slower than the opengl (it only fixes the compatibility problems. )

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 Dear future customers, euro is not accepted any more, all price is changed into USD due to economic reasons.

Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Gaming Princess Luna on March 10, 2015, 05:37:50 PM
I got a CPU load of only 45%, RAM load of 30%, GPU load of 10%.
So not really close to the limits. ;)
I actually can't say how to look at OpenGL API call's and how many are running. :D
But if I run Eurotruck Simulator in OpenGL mode, I still have 60 FPS, so no FPS drop at all. :/
I put the graphiccard informations in the attachment. ;) (\s/)

I get this issue under Windows XP x86, 7 x64, 8.1 x64 and 10 TP x64 now, so not from the operating system either. :(
The only thing I can try, if it runs better on a ATI HD 4850, so it's a problem with NVIDIA itself. :D /)
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on March 11, 2015, 02:58:09 PM
Trixie: you only get 100% cpu usage, if your cpu is being used on multiple threads. Maker3D is not able to use multiple threads, becouse when the base engine was designed, there was no such things popular. There is only a few place, where Maker3D can use threads.

Also, these own-freelancer-designed 3d engines, like the engine used in maker, is always low-optimized and demanding much higher resources compared to these more professional engines. I started to design that 3d engine in 2006, so it will not scale properly any more. Its not possible to significantly optimize it in any more, it needs to be fully rewritten.

However, in the future, i decided to switch my products to use software rendering instead of 3d acceleration.
Title: Re: Maker3D
Post by: Geri on May 19, 2016, 02:55:44 AM
Now i accept Dogecoin payments for all of my software: for Maker3D too.
Anybody can get Maker3D for only 15000 Dogecoin.

(Dogecoin is a cryptomoney, like Bitcoin or Litecoin)