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The latest Godot Engine showreel is an impressive look at upcoming games

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Every now and then the developers of Godot Engine, a cross-platform free and open source game engine, put together a showreel of what's made with it.

A new one is out now, and it really shows a nice diverse selection of games being created with it. Not only is it a great look at some existing and upcoming games but it's also a nice advert for what Godot can do. Hopefully over time even more developers will use it since it has fantastic Linux support, and no fees.

Here's the desktop / console Godot Engine showreel:

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Here's the links to each game:

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hummer010 10 Oct, 2022
Quoting: MercifulBossWhy do all these games look childish as if meant for elementary/high school children? Where are the serious games?

Here's a less childish looking game for you. Made in Godot, it's hard and fun.
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