Toenails - 2012-12-31 Spoiler: It's a poorly lit Pac-Man with none of fruits or power-pellets.
Also, the monsters fall asleep and snore.
gmol - 2012-12-31 I never understood the game part of blender. It felt like they were trying to attach a toaster to a TV.
This looks a lot better than I last remembered, but is there anyone that can seriously defend that part of Blender? Or is it really only meant for mockups?
memedumpster - 2012-12-31 There is no standalone player for Blender that has a license that lets you sell it. So the only way to distribute a Blender game is the Blend file, which requires Blender, which means you're giving everyone with the program to make the game a game to loot and part out. For that reason alone it's worthless.
Python is another reason.
And file corruption, Blender is not a stable enough basket to keep all your game making eggs in. You need a different engine for stability's sake.
Other than that, it's actually capable of better graphics than other poor man's game hackery software, like Unity.