So, the above pretty much sums it all up, but a 1 paragraph article doesn’t look good, does it? So I’ll expand.
What Mozilla and Epic have done, is very clever. They have made a JacaScript based version of the engine so you can now use the game engine on your web, WITHOUT the need for silly plugins like Flash.
I don’t know how to do 1 line of code.
Have a look at the video below, which is the UE3 engine running on the web being showcased. How awesome!
Vladimir Vulicevic, the engineer director at Mozilla , said that his companies intentions was to make the web accessible for high-performance games. He also went to say that it’s “opening up the path to web-based games on mobile”
I’d like to know how this turns out.
I know UE4 is out, but UE3 is still being knocked around quite a bit, so a high quality web engine is great.
Here is the video for UE3 web engine: