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« Posted 2007-09-07 22:15:26 »

Can someone point me to a tutorial or some open-source code to look at for setting up a simple scene graph with a keyboard controlled/mouse-look first person view?

I'm planning on eventually writing a Java version of the old-school Mac game Avara. I'd like to keep the simple flat-shaded polygon look, so I'd like to stay away from the Java engines that might be a bit more complicated.

Thanks all for your input!
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