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Project Summary

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.

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3d ai creatures crysis dungeonkeeper dwarffortress game java lwjgl minecraft modding survival towerdefense voxel

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30 Day Summary

Nov 13 2023 — Dec 13 2023

12 Month Summary

Dec 13 2022 — Dec 13 2023
  • 295 Commits
    Up + 103 (53%) from previous 12 months
  • 18 Contributors
    Up + 4 (28%) from previous 12 months

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