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What is UDK?

UnrealTechnology wrote:UDK is Unreal Engine 3 – the complete professional development framework. All the tools you need to create great games, advanced visualizations and detailed 3D simulations. The best tools in the industry are in your hands.

Who is it for?

UnrealTechnology wrote:Anyone. Everyone. You. Unreal Engine 3 has been used by game developers, researchers, television studios, machinima directors, artists and students. If you have an idea that needs to be brought to life in a game engine, UDK is for you.

Why UDK?

UnrealTechnology wrote:Only UDK has the power, flexibility and track record of Unreal Engine 3. These tools have been proven with countless releases and dozens of awards. There is no better way to make awesome games than with UE3.

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Halloween Event, 66% off and some Making Of
Last Knight

Halloween Event, 66% off and some Making Of

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Last Knight Halloween Event, 66% off Sale and some Making Of.

The Maestros RTS - Creating the Environment
The Maestros

The Maestros RTS - Creating the Environment

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In this devlog, one of our artists talks about his process of generating an environmental setpiece for one of our maps, Fissure.

New map for the game, the Tropical Hotel !
The Alien Wasteland

New map for the game, the Tropical Hotel !

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Right now in public beta testing, it is already fully playable.

Swords, Muskets, Bombs, & Ships

Swords, Muskets, Bombs, & Ships

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We've been busy this week getting as much of the core mechanics for Pirates done as we can manage.

The Maestros RTS - Looking for Engineers
The Maestros

The Maestros RTS - Looking for Engineers

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The Maestros is looking for gameplay and back-end programmers to help ship the game

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Insane_Angela Jun 11 2015 says:

Hi Mythril. We're doing a game in UDK and Blender. We started it over two years ago so we stuck with UDK but would say that you might be better to go straight for Unreal 4. You'll have to learn C++ but it's a great language to have, while with UDK you'll learn Unreal Script which is of no use for anything else. UDK in its present form is based on Unreal 3 so it's already obsolete and will only be more so. Unreal 4 is available for a small monthly subscription.

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Schnuupi Jun 11 2014 says:

Hi, I am CEO and Creative Director at Auca Games. We are looking for UDK mappers and programmers to go along with our established team as we've lost ours.

The game is an Action RPG and we need some programmers and mappers to work on a demo level we want to show in a video for our kickstarter.

email cogplays@gmail.com or skype lewism79

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Abnormalia Dec 26 2013 says:

Hi all, I'm CEO and Founder of First Georgian gamedev studio, please welcome "Storm Bringer Studios" !


We are using UDK for more than 4 years. We also developed commercial and console games using UE3 and now Epic provided evaluation of UE4 and we absolutely love it !!! Imho, it surely game engine that will rock for next 10 years.

You can download FREE demos and our FREE game that we released in Georgia and take look at our next title, "Steameria:Tournament" here:


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SupaCubis Nov 27 2013 says:

hello. I am the CEO of Toxic games.co and most of my team has pretty much stopped coming on. I am looking for UDK level designers and scripters and anyone who can do sounds particles and animating and modeling. Im currently doing mapping but i can hold 2 more mappers to help in on the job. The game is a First person shooter Called Rise Of the Federation.

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Abnormalia Dec 26 2013 replied:

Hi we have excellent and very talented artists.
Take look at some of our works and download/play our demos here:


We also did outsource for Ldoegame.com this title and Microsoft, Kixeye etc.

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slipkid69 Oct 3 2013 says:

Well I hope this won't end up being released with graphics that belong to a console instead of graphics for the P.C, I really hate it when that happens.

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slipkid69 Oct 3 2013 says:

Wow this is the dogs bollox.

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KAEPS133 Aug 4 2013 says:

Can anybody please help me create a custom installer for my game?
It won't work and it'S getting very frustrating.


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Desert_Force Jun 5 2013 says:

UDK is the best thing ever happend in gaming world!

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Mythril May 10 2013 says:

Hey I'm thinking of changing to UDK from unity which would be better should it be a wise cahnge i'm using Blender and am happy to learn some new programming
and is it free big question

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GameSomniac™ Aug 23 2013 replied:

Both serve a purpose and are unique to the purpose they serve. A lot of people enjoy both while others will tell you one is better than the other. I've heard that scripting is easier on Unity while others enjoy using UDK because it makes more sense. I myself am a sound designer who's programming if you can call it that is pretty much the same on every engine lol I love both engines, I think the best answer is to try it for yourself and see what you can do!

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