Published on Dec 13, 2012
Gamelix Advanced Mechanics Online (GAMO) is a second-layer game engine that reorients development toward interactive narrative and increases the replay value.
There are many game mechanics that are common among different genres and work basically the same in games. When developers start a new project they usually re-create these mechanics, investing a huge effort into polishing them in order to give players the best gameplay experience. All this inversion could be better focused on the creative aspects of game development, such as world building, story, artificial intelligence and many others. GAMO releases the game developer from the mechanic tasks, by providing a robust foundation of customizable mechanics right on top of the game engine.
✧ Wizard editor extension, to create games without programming.
✧ NEW: Game performance analyzer.
✧ Language translations.
✧ Full control configuration.
✧ Character customizer.
✧ Free-running, riding and driving, with multiple views.
✧ Inventory system.
✧ Mission and achievement system.
✧ Dialog system.
✧ Combat technique designer.
✧ Level and skill tree system.
✧ Lockpicking mechanics.
✧ Mining, harvesting and production mechanics.
✧ Crafting and building mechanics.
✧ Hunting mechanics.
✧ Trading system.
✧ Map and dairy with management mechanics.
✧ Economy system with auto-balanced degradation dynamics.
✧ Government system.
✧ Fully scalable networking.
✧ Private persistent worlds for deep interaction.
✧ Socialization with local and global messaging.
The first beta version will be released on July 15. GAMO will be free for testing, rapid prototyping, looking for investors/crowdfunding, etc. Publishing games with GAMO will cost 30% net profit share.
GAMO is being built with Unity 3D. Visit the Unity official forum to obtain updated information and new versions: http://forum.unity3d.com/threads/181564
Download latest version: http://gamelix.com//mechanics/GAMO_0_...
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