Playing God: Creating Virtual Worlds with REND386
A clear, straightforward guide to the building of virtual reality environments using the REND386 authoring system and related utilities. Nuts and bolts issues are covered in clear everyday language. The disk includes, in addition to REND386, NorthCAD-3D, a computer aided drawing program that lets the user create 3D objects and worlds.
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What Makes a World Interesting?
WorldBuilding from the Top Down
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