Project Anarchy is a free mobile game engine for iOS, Android, and Tizen. It includes Havok’s Vision Engine along with Havok Physics, Havok Animation Studio and Havok AI. It has an extensible C+\+ architecture, optimized mobile rendering, a flexible asset management system, and Lua scripting and debugging.
There are also complete game samples included with the SDK along with extensive courseware on the Project Anarchy site that game developers can use to quickly get up to speed with the engine and bring their game ideas to life.
Project Anarchy vForge Introduction
Demonstrates the basics of Project Anarchy's editor, vForge.
Project Anarchy Asset Browser
Demonstrates how to transform and preview assets for different platforms, find objects and drag them right into a scene.
Project Anarchy Terrain Introduction
Introduction to terrain creation and editing.
Project Anarchy Visual Shader Introduction
Gives a brief introduction to the Visual Shader Editor and shows how to create a simple shader.
Project Anarchy vForge - Engine View
Describes the features available in the Engine View.
Project Anarchy Lua Scripting
Introduces you to LUA scripting inside Project Anarchy vForge.
Project Anarchy Billboards
Covers use of billboards in vForge
Project Anarchy vForge – Layouts
Covers how to change and create new layouts, add and dock panels in a layout- Restore default layouts, browse layouts as XML files on system
Project Anarchy vFileServe – Introduction
Explains the function of vFileServe and how to use it to stream resources to your mobile application.
Project Anarchy vForge Cubemaps
Covers use of Cubemaps in vForge.
Project Anarchy Animation Studio - Part 1 – Overview
Demonstrates the different components that are required for animating a player character in a typical action adventure game.
Project Anarchy Animation Studio - Part 2 – Quality
Adds extra details to animation transitioning, shows:- Animation mirroring- Adding timing rules to states and transitions
Project Anarchy Animation Studio - Part 3 – Locomotion
Shows how to implement a third-person locomotion model.
Project Anarchy Animation Studio - Part 4– Interactivity
Shows how to add interactivity in Project Anarchy’s Animation Studio
Project Anarchy Animation Studio - Part 5 – Camera
Shows how to implement a custom camera model. Covers how to make your character move relative to your camera position.