Free 3D Game Maker For Kids&Adults + Need Your Support!
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Mon Jan 19 11:14:27 PST 2009
I tried to download it via this link:
it seems to be a dead link. Is there another site where I could
On Mon, Jan 19, 2009 at 11:04 AM, Platinum Arts <platinumarts at gmail.com>wrote:
> If you don't mind I would like to prepare you a version for you that I will
> put on the webpage. The reason is I just want to make sure you have
> everything you need in there, plus the license is outdated and news the
> newer one, which much more resembles the debian free one. (The current one
> in there is really old and I have been forgetting to change it). It would
> need to be its own folder on there anyway to directly link to the source.
> We do have an open svn but the code right now is unstable. There is a lot
> going on today but I should hopefully have that folder for you up tomorrow,
> which you can directly link to.
> The main reason for the counter is just to see how many people downloaded
> it to see how interested it is getting. On the old webpage I put the
> counter numbers on the site, which I will be doing for this site too at some
> point soon.
> Thanks for your interest and take care!
> On Mon, Jan 19, 2009 at 1:54 PM, JK Wood <joshuakwood at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Mon, Jan 19, 2009 at 11:12 AM, Platinum Arts <platinumarts at gmail.com>wrote:
>>> Hi my name is Michael Tomaino and I work on a project called Platinum
>>> Arts Sandbox which makes it easy for kids and adults to create their own 3D
>>> worlds, games, levels, quests, etc. The software is free and open source
>>> and currently being used in many schools throughout the world. I have used
>>> it personally to teach in various schools and I've seen work from kids as
>>> young as six. I do have some of the kids work from a summer camp I taught
>>> if you'd be interested in seeing it. Here is a review of the software:
>>> We will also be appearing in the Total PC Gaming magazine out in
>>> Here is our tutorial video:
>>> Here is a video interview of me and it has some shots of the work kids
>>> did at the summer camp:
>>> Our homepage is: http://kids.platinumarts.net As a note we have just
>>> been voted one of the top 100 game projects at moddb out of over 5k. Please
>>> head to our webpage and see the instructions on how to VOTE FOR US to be in
>>> the top 10!
>>> I originally started this project for kids that were in my before and
>>> afterschool program at an elementary school. That is one of the reasons it
>>> is free and open source, I want kids to be able to have total access to it.
>>> If I could get this to kids all over the world it would be a dream come
>>> true! I'm really interested in getting Sandbox into as many linux distros
>>> as possible. As a note we are preparing a "debian free" and "non free"
>>> package to be included into Edubuntu. Please let me know what you think and
>>> I'm very willing to work with you however I can to make this a reality.
>>> Take care!
>>> http://Kids.PlatinumArts.Net Free Open Source 3D Game Maker / Game
>>> Design Software
>>> Check out http://PlatinumArts.Net !
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>> I see that you use a download counter for getting the game. I maintain a
>> repository of something called SlackBuilds, which are scripts that make
>> Slackware packages out of source packages, etc. Note that we don't actually
>> offer binary packages, just a way for end users to build them. With this in
>> mind, is it okay with you to link directly to the source?
>> -JK Wood
>> Maintainer of Slamdbuilds repo
> http://Kids.PlatinumArts.Net Free Open Source 3D Game Maker / Game Design
> Check out http://PlatinumArts.Net !
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