Source Engine

Some articles on source engine, engine, source:

Pirates, Vikings And Knights II - Development
... a software development kit (SDK) for the game's Source engine ... that version 2.3 Pirates, Vikings and Knights II would be built on the same version of the Source engine used by The Orange Box, allowing for more ... be directly distributed through Steam, free to customers who own a Source engine based game by Valve ...
Team Fortress 2 - Development - Final Design
... years of protracted development and engine changes ... realistic graphical approach used in other Valve games on the Source engine such as Half-Life 2, Counter-Strike Source and Day of Defeat Source ... The game debuted with the Source engine's new dynamic lighting, shadowing and soft particle technologies, among many other unannounced features, alongside Half-Life 2 Episode Two ...
Bussard Ramjet - Design Discussion
... Ignoring drag, a ship driven by such an engine could theoretically accelerate arbitrarily close to the speed of light, and would be a very effective interstellar spacecraft ... be used as reaction mass in a plasma rocket engine, ion rocket engine, or even in an antimatter-matter annihilation powered rocket engine ... A large energy source adds more mass to the ramjet system, and this makes it harder to accelerate ...
Hl2beta - Development
... downloads For Half-Life 2, Valve Corporation developed a new game engine called the Source engine, which handles the game's visual, audio, and artificial ... The Source engine comes packaged with a heavily modified version of the Havok physics engine that allows for an extra dimension of interactivity in both single-player and online ... The engine can be easily upgraded because it is separated in modules ...

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