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Skyrim's beloved Riverwood has been recreated in Unreal Engine 5

Someone's reimagining Skyrim using the Unreal Engine 5, and it's truly a dazzling sight to behold. Just below, you can see a five-minute clip of a tour through Skyrim recreated in the Unreal Engine 5. We begin our brief tour at the beloved town of Riverwood, complete with the local tavern, sawmill, and other buildings, before heading slightly north to the vast plain surrounding Whiterun, where a lone tower stands watch over the surrounding scenery.
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This indie developer is making a gun-wielding squirrel game in Unreal Engine 5 and it’s weirdly adorable

An indie developer is currently working on an Unreal Engine 5 game where you play as a gun-wielding squirrel and it’s weirdly wonderful. Twitter user and indie developer @QuiteDan has been sharing progress updates on their upcoming game in Unreal Engine 5. It’s too early to guess how the currently named "[pistol emoji] [chipmunk emoji]" (real title) game will play, but we do know that the starring fluffy critter knows its way around a gun - as demonstrated in the video below.
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A ‘Pokémon’-style RPG creator is currently in development

A new Kickstarter has opened to fund the development of a Pokémon-style retro role-playing game maker, called Monster Tamer Maker. Developer Yanako RPGs is also creating an original game within the engine called Dokimon, on top of designing all the RPG maker tools as well (via PCGamesN). According to...
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Where to start to create your own video game

SIOUX CITY, Iowa — While it starts with a spark of interest there is a lot to learn before creating your own video game. That spark that interest that makes you want to learn all the software and techniques involved in creating a videogame," said Video Game Development Program Director Dr. Frank Heffner.
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