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Terasology

Terasology is an open source project started by Benjamin "begla" Glatzel to research procedural terrain generation and efficient rendering techniques in Java using the LWJGL. The engine uses a block-based voxel-like approach as seen in Minecraft. After proving itself as a solid tech demo begla was joined at first by Anton "small-jeeper" Kireev and Rasmus "Cervator" Praestholm and a full-fledged game concept was born. Our goal is a game that pays ample tribute to Minecraft in initial look and origin, but stakes out its own niche by adopting the NPC-helper and caretaker feel from such games as Dwarf Fortress and Dungeon Keeper, while striving for added depth and sophistication in the foundation systems akin to DF.

Updated April 17, 2014

TerasologyLauncher

Terasology Launcher is the official launcher for the open source game Terasology.

Updated April 17, 2014

Java 0 2

FacadeAWT

A facade showing the game in a pure 2D version using AWT rather than LWJGL

Updated April 17, 2014

CoffeeScript 6 2

Gooey

Just your friendly #terasology IRC bot :-)

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Groovy 0 0

GroovyJenkins

An assortment of utility scripts meant for Jenkins to help automate itself

Updated April 02, 2014

Groovy 1 3

FacadeApplet

A facade to the Terasology engine that wraps it to run as an applet

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Java 6 6

TeraBullet

An extended version of JBullet offering integration for voxel worlds

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Python 5 7

TeraMisc

Support repo for Terasology - for stuff we don't want to keep in the main repo

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Smalltalk 2 4

TeraMath

Experimental standalone math and stuff

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JavaScript 6 6

movingblocks.github.com

Terasology's "splash site" hosted as a GitHub Page. On the page you can download Terasology, view related videos, go to the forum, etc. Feel free to use this design for other projects but please retain the copyright notice and author list

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TeraOVR

TeraOVR is a minimalistic wrapper for the Oculus SDK so it can be used in the context of Terasology.

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