Difference between revisions of "Alternative engines"

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Fans have explored several different engines for use with Oni, and created the following projects that were either an experiment in using the engine, a proto-sequel, or a game simply inspired by Oni:
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Fans have explored several different game engines as a way to recreate Oni with more advanced graphics and other features. The following projects were either an experiment in using a new engine, a proto-sequel to Oni, or a game simply inspired by Oni:
  
 
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|[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0v-hZZ_ofk Oni Deathmatch Multiplayer]
 
|[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0v-hZZ_ofk Oni Deathmatch Multiplayer]

Latest revision as of 15:20, 24 June 2020

Fans have explored several different game engines as a way to recreate Oni with more advanced graphics and other features. The following projects were either an experiment in using a new engine, a proto-sequel to Oni, or a game simply inspired by Oni:

Name Engine Under development
Ion Eyes Unreal Engine 4 Yes
Konoko Payne Flexine No
Serious Konoko Serious Engine 2 No
UnrealOni Unreal Engine 4 No
Oni Deathmatch Multiplayer GoldSrc No
Oni-Round2 Unity No
OniBGE Blender Game Engine/UPBGE Eevee Yes