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savage
15-03-2005, 09:13 PM
<blockquote>DigitalOmerta ('http://www.frontstudios.com/omerta.php')?, is entirely designed and programmed by ourselves. It is the first commercial available Advanced 3D Engine written in the fully object oriented Borland Delphi language.
It has facilities for advanced, high performance real-time content rendering, scene management and collision detection.</blockquote>
<center>http://www.frontstudios.com/pliki/screens/32_s_9_3.jpg http://www.frontstudios.com/pliki/screens/30_s_9_1.jpg</center>


It sounds like a very complete engine. Make sure you check out the feature list ('http://www.frontstudios.com/omerta.php').

savage
15-03-2005, 09:15 PM
Eriken, are you able to find out if we can get an interview with the developers of this engine? We also need to find out how they plan to release some of their games on the XBox, if the engine is written in Delphi.

Incubii
16-03-2005, 12:25 AM
wow that engine looks incredible.

LP
16-03-2005, 01:10 AM
DigitalOmerta?, is entirely designed and programmed by ourselves.
Any word on who you are? :?: Any relation between FrontLine Studios and PGDev? ;)

cairnswm
16-03-2005, 05:37 AM
Is the engine availabe for anyone else to use? I couldn't find a download link or anything Seems to be an internal engine for their organisation.

Sly
16-03-2005, 08:57 AM
Or you can pay a large license fee.

Has anyone wondered why they have PHP code scrolling past in the 'DIGITAL OMERTA' animation at the top of the page? I thought it was supposed to be written in Delphi? :)

It looks like 3DiVis is the only product they have that uses Omerta at the moment. Or at least the only product which they say uses it. They advertise for C++ programmers as well as Delphi programmers, both with at least 1 year experience on published titles.

savage
16-03-2005, 10:53 AM
So do you fancy moving to the US or Poland then Steve? They also ask for at least one published PC or Console game. You must be a shoe in for both the Delphi and C/C++ positions.

Sly
16-03-2005, 11:16 AM
The US office is a sales office only I believe. The development is done in Poland.

Australia... Poland...

I choose Australia. :)

I just checked their Extreme Speedway demo. Besides it crashing at startup, it was written in Visual C++.

NecroDOME
16-03-2005, 09:22 PM
Has anyone wondered why they have PHP code scrolling past in the 'DIGITAL OMERTA' animation at the top of the page? I thought it was supposed to be written in Delphi? :)



Maybe they are very proud on there site ?
or maybe they don't want te leak the source like hlaflife 2 :P :drunk: