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Revision as of 10:39, 18 April 2013

This is aimed at being a list of game engines and technology which supports you building Linux games within.



Engines

Name Editor Platform Support Binary Platforms Supported
Unity3D Windows, Mac Windows, Mac, Flash, Android, Linux, iOS, NaCL, Major Consoles
Game Blender Windows, Mac, Linux, FreeBSD Windows, Mac, Linux, FreeBSD
Ren'Py Windows, Mac, Linux Windows, Mac, Linux, Android (via plugin)
Maker3D Windows, Linux Windows, Linux
Unigine Windows, Mac, Linux Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, PS3
Game Maker Studio (Master or Licensed) Windows, Mac Windows, Mac, Linux (Says Ubuntu but we know better), HTML5, Android, iOS, Windows 8 Phone
Jmonkey Engine Windows, Mac, Linux Windows, Mac, Linux, Android

Technologies

Name Platforms Available Platforms Supported
Simple DirectMedia Layer Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, PSP, BSD, Solaris, Haiku, PSP, Pandora
Allegro Windows, Mac OS X, Unix-like systems, Android, iOS Windows, Mac OS X, Unix-like systems, Android, iOS