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Torque 3D – Premier free and open-source game engine

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Torque 3D (full name: Torque Game Engine, TGE for short) is free, open-source and cross-platform 3D game engine developed by GarageGames (originally developed by Dynamix for the first-person shooter game Tribes 2 released in 2001) under the MIT license. It features powerful and complex rendering system, high-speed network transmission, authentic real-time editing, script editing system, as well as maximum flexibility and performance across a wide-range of hardware, and a full suite of tools for producing high-quality Windows and browser-based games development.

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Scratch – Creative programming language for children

Scratch is a simple, interesting (very similar to children’s games), free, open-source and cross-platform visual programming language/software. It’s specially designed for worldwide children (8 to 16 years old) to use at home, school or after-school club, and developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab using the Smalltalk programming language.

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