Unreal Engine 4 has been a bit forgotten lately, but Epic certainly reminded everyone of its existence with a rather amazing annoucement: The engine now costs $19 a month, with 5% of the game's revenue, and it even comes with the whole source code of the engine! Impressive stuff, directly aimed at Unity and Cryengine's new pricing. And to prove how good the engine is, here is a new trailer! Update: Added a video showing short sequences from many games using UE3 or UE4, released recently or still to be released.
Search for Antigraviator. A game made by Belgians. And I'm ashamed of it as it is a clearly plagiarism (2 Hours ago)
...a drone selected and you move it with r-click, you often move it someplace else on accident because the main mouse interface for objects/building is r-clicking the ground. But that's minor. (3 Hours ago)
@rayy: I haven't had difficulty. You can bind pretty much anything. But, by default it's pretty much point and click to start. The only thing I can think of which can be irritating is when you have... (3 Hours ago)
@crookedmind: How is the user interface on Surviving Mars. The only bad reviews I have seen on Steam is people complaining about that. (3 Hours ago)