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jME (jMonkey Engine) is a high-performance, scene-graph-based graphics API. Much of the inspiration for jME comes from David Eberly's book 3D Game Engine Design.
jME was built to fulfill the lack of full-featured graphics engines written in Java. Using an abstraction layer, it allows any rendering system to be plugged in. Currently, LWJGL is supported with plans for JOGL support in the near future.
jME is completely open source under the BSD license. You are free to use jME in any way you see fit, hobby or commercial.
jME 0.11 Released
Thursday, 19 April 2007
jMonkeyEngine announced today that has released version 0.11 of its successful open-source Java gaming engine, adding many new and exciting features as well as improving performance and reliability.