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posted by Tap on Jun 21, 2012

This is a separated list of 2d and then 3d game engines, sorted alphabetically.

2D Game Engines

Flixel/Flash

Flixel is simply the easiest game engine to use in an ActionScript 3.0 project. It has basic movement physics, including pushable objects, inertia, and gravity. It renders a single bitmap as its screen output and could work well for a split-screen application.

3D Game Engines

Maratis

Maratis is a WYSIWYG interface for the Ogre3D rendering engine. It supports an added Lua scripting option and also provides a model export script for Blender 2.57.
Website - License is GPL and ZLib.

Unity

Unity Pro is a commercial alternative to Maratis and quite possibly a better option. There is a free edition of Unity with watered down features. Unity is extremely impressive, but the cost of the engine alone may scare you away.

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