Godot an Open Source engine

Okam Studio’s 2013 games reel. The Argentinian developer has just released Godot, its in-house engine, which it describes as having a feature set “similar to Unity”, under an open-source MIT licence.

Argentinian developer Okam Studio has released Godot, its in-house game engine, as open source. Developed for over a decade, the engine has been used in production on PC, mobile and console titles.

According to the company’s post on gamedev.net, the engine is “feature complete and fully usable” and “has a similar feature set to Unity” with a “little less stuff on 3D front, much more stuff on the 2D front”.