Blitz 3D Review

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ReeceBlack's review of Blitz 3D


“Blitz3D is a DirectX 7 based programming language,...”

Written on: 15/08/2010 by ReeceBlack (12 reviews written)

Blitz3D is a DirectX 7 based programming language, with a command-set that is easy to learn, while providing a reasonable amount of control in developing simple 3D games. This language, first released by Guildhall Leasure (who changed their name to Idigicon before going bust) is now sold by the developer, Blitz Research, who are no longer actively developing it.

While Blitz3D used to be a great language, the lack of updates and support means it's no longer fully compatible with modern systems (especially Windows 7), and still uses the archaic DirectX 7. At a staggering $100, considering the software is no longer supported, this is not good value for money, and I would strongly recommend choosing a cheaper alternative that has regular updates and decent support.


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