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Game-ready model shops

Posted: July 13th, 2009, 12:15 am
by Balosh
I'm making a list of game-ready model shops, if you know another ones please tell me ^^ here's what I've found so far:
(alphabetically sorted)

3dbud.com
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(fantasy characters - animals - monters) - <they have just updated new monsters and characters>
http://3dbud.com

3drt.com
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(fantasy - scifi characters - animals - monters) <new zombie pack>
http://3drt.com

adenfall.com
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(game objects)
http://adenfall.com

arteria-gaming.com
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(game objects)
http://arteria-gaming.com

cubixstudio.com
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(fantasy - scifi characters)
http://cubixstudio.com

dexsoft-games.com

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(game objects - fantasy - scifi characters) <new cool fantasy characters>
http://dexsoft-games.com

frogames.net

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(game objects - fantasy - scifi characters) <mmorpg character pack>
http://frogames.net

gamebeep.com
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(game objects - fantasy - scifi characters)
http://gamebeep.com

game-stuff.com
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(game objects - game levels)
http://game-stuff.com

Re: Game-ready model shops

Posted: July 13th, 2009, 2:53 am
by madfox95
Nice pics got there, but are they all for free?

Re: Game-ready model shops

Posted: July 13th, 2009, 7:27 am
by Clownfish
Balosh,
Awesome collection of 'model ready shops'! Thanks for posting this! :D

Madfox95,
Not all of these are available for free, but there may be a few free downloads on their pages if you want to experiment with them. Be sure to read the licensing that comes with the models if you intend on using a model for something more than personal use.

Everyone,
Also notice my topic to get 'free blender models' to play with also: viewtopic.php?f=8&t=108

Attn: Calimer & Hirato,
The frogames.net link below has a very cool 'Dungeon Pack'. Also under licensing it says:
"Education License - Frogames provides educational licenses and prices for schools. For more information contact us at contact@frogames.com.

Perhaps Calimer could get one of these packs to use in his 'educational environment'... (Might be no cost or might be very low cost). Also just telling these people about our project may interest them and they may offer something nice in their interest of what we are doing. ((Food for thought)) :mrgreen:

http://frogames.net/shop/index.php?main ... d248a957d3

frogames.net[/b]
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(game objects - fantasy - scifi characters) <mmorpg character pack>
http://frogames.net

-Clownfish :)

Re: Game-ready model shops

Posted: July 13th, 2009, 7:31 am
by Hirato
I'd want to get future releases up to scratch to fit with the definitions of debian-free, which means we're going to have to be rather uptight of whatever art we accept...

unless they allow us to redistribute the files, altered in whatever way we want, and allow subsequent distribution and redistribution by third parties, it won't work out

Re: Game-ready model shops

Posted: July 13th, 2009, 9:04 am
by Obsidian
Hirato wrote:I'd want to get future releases up to scratch to fit with the definitions of debian-free, which means we're going to have to be rather uptight of whatever art we accept...

unless they allow us to redistribute the files, altered in whatever way we want, and allow subsequent distribution and redistribution by third parties, it won't work out


Or, in a nutshell, GPL v2 licensed.

Re: Game-ready model shops

Posted: July 14th, 2009, 4:52 am
by Hirato
just one of many acceptable licenses

other examples include public domain, CC_BY, CC_BY_SA or zlib
http://people.debian.org/~bap/dfsg-faq.html
this is the debian free FAQ if you'd like to read a bit more

and the main reason for wanting commercial distribution from the above FAQ

# Q: Can I say "You must not charge [much] money for distributing the program"?

A: This is non-free. We want Debian to be distributed by for-profit CD vendors and improved by corporate resellers. We can only include programs whose authors allow this.

For many users buying Debian on disks is more convenient (and cheaper) than downloading. For-profit distribution is the most reliable and convenient way to ensure that Debian disks are easily available everywhere where there is a demand. Because everyone can download the CD images and start producing their own disks, competition ensures that nobody will make an undeserved fortune distributing Debian.

Re: Game-ready model shops

Posted: July 17th, 2009, 9:28 pm
by shooter2
madfox95 wrote:Nice pics got there, but are they all for free?

and how do you make a game????????????????????????????????????????????????????

Re: Game-ready model shops

Posted: July 18th, 2009, 12:59 pm
by madfox95
shooter2 wrote:
madfox95 wrote:Nice pics got there, but are they all for free?

and how do you make a game????????????????????????????????????????????????????

You are new here, heh? First you should try sandbox rpg game -The Exciting Adventures Of Master Chef Ogro-. That game u can download from here http://sandboxgamemaker.com/download-sandbox.html . When u have tried it then u should download SVN version of PAS, but i don't know how to download it really, but u can watch wiki or ask others like Mike. Oh u can make game when taking one map what have in load map or press edit mode (e) to select new map and u are ready to make;)

- Madfox