Gameplay3D Game Engine

Gameplay 3D is a Cross-platform game engine used to develop 2D and 3D games. Written in C++, this is used to develop games for Windows, Android, Linux, Blackberry, iOS and MacOSX. The game engine supports Visual Studio, Xcode, CMake, Qt Creator and Android NDK platforms to develop and build the platform.

G3D Innovation Engine- A Teaching Game Engine

G3D Innovation Engine is a fully featured, cross platform game engine. This is a 3D engine written in C/C++. It is a commercial-grade, open source engine for different platforms i.e. Windows, Linus and Mac OS. The engine is licensed under BSD-2 license and mainly used for teaching purpose.

Gambryo – A mature game engine

Gambryo is a cross-platform game engine written in C++. It is a suit of several C++ libraries, plug-ins and run-time libraries. The engine supports several platforms like Windows, Android, Mac, Linux, iOS, Wii, Wii Ware, Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS X, PS 2, PSP, PS3 and PS4.

Frostbite – Game Development Platform

Frostbite is a powerful game engine developed by DICE Company in 2008. This Game Engine is written in C++ and C#. It develops games for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox one. It exclusively develops games for electronic Arts and specializes for FPS (First Person Shooter) games.

Exult – Free Game Engine

Exult is a FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) game Engine. It is written in C++ and runs on Mac, Windows and Linux. Exult was developed in 2004 to recreate a massive hit game of 1990’s called Ultima VII. It is created for the revival of Ultima VII (The Black Gate) and Ultima VII part2 (Serpent Isle) on modern PCs.

Esenthel Game Engine

The word Esenthel is made by combining two words i.e. Essential and Essence. It is an open source game engine for developing commercial and noncommercial games (it is not Free, there are some limitations, i.e. its code cannot be used to create/improve other game engines.). It is written in C++ and is very easy to use. It uses very clean APIs. It is in development since 2000.

DX Studio

DX Studio produced by Worldweaver Ltd is an integrated development tool used to build 3D video games, simulations, or real-time interactive applications for either standalone, web-based, Microsoft Office or Visual Studio use. Written in C++, DX Studio is available to users in both standard and professional editions.

CryEngine – Game Engine written in C++

CryEngine is a powerful gaming engine written in C++, Lua and C#. This Engine was originally developed by German game developer Crytex. In 2000, the Crytex made partnership with Ubisoft that actually accelerated its growth. The first version of FarCry game was launched in 2004 and the engine was made available under a license. FarCry is still one of the best first person games in general.

Dunia Game Engine

The Dunia Engine is a software fork of CryEngine designed by Kirmaan Aboobaker while working at Crytek. Sharing the source code of CryEngine, the Ubisoft Montréal development team heavily modified it for use in Far Cry 2. A revamped and revised version of the Dunia Engine is utilized for James Cameron’s Avatar: The Game. Assassin’s Creed II and Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood also uses Far Cry 2’s foliage technology.

Dimensional 3 – 3D Open Source Game Engine

Dimensional3 is an open-source 3D game engine often written as Dim3. Apple has chosen Dim3 as an exclusive development engine for Mac OS and described it as “hot game building tools”. Dim3 has access to DevMaster’s 3D engines database. Written in C++ the engine uses OpenGL libraries for graphics rendering, JavaScript for scripting, XML for data and Simple Direct Media Layer for resolution switching, input, and sound.

Delta Engine – 2D and 3D Application Engine written in C++

Delta3D is an open-source multi-platform game development engine. Written in C++, the engine is available to users under the license of LGPL (Lesser General Public License). Community-supported, Delta3D is widely prevalent among developers around the globe. The engine is used for multipurpose including training, education, visualization, and of course entertainment.

Dark Engine

The dark engine is an old game development engine created by Looking Glass Studios primarily used in 1998 until 2000 for the making of classic thief games. Written in C++, the dark engine utilizes tools like DroomEd for the production of games. License to the engine is proprietary, i.e., closed source product. The supported platform for the engine is only Microsoft Windows.