jMonkeyEngine is a modern developer friendly game engine written primarily in Java.
Its minimalistic and code first approach makes it perfect for developers who want the support of a game engine while retaining full control over their code with the ability to extend and adapt the engine to their workflow.




DEPTHRIS powered by jMonkeyEngine

3D puzzle game inspired by the classic title for DOS. Move and rotate the pieces so they fit in the spaces and fill as much floors as possibles. But on each level, the pieces will start falling …
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New Website

Hello. We have a new website. This doesn’t come to you as a surprise if you have been following this thread where for ~1 week a preview of the website has been exposed to the feedbacks of the community. This is the result after integrating all your suggestions, however there is always room for improvement and feedbacks are always appreciated, so if you didn’t have a chance to voice your opinion before, feel free to do it as a reply to this post. … Read More...

Update in the wake of recent events

Hello fellow community members. Probably most of you know already, but one of the team members left the community due to an internal disagreement. From his departure I took over his role, reconfigured our services to use easily redeployable docker containers, tested for different configurations and load and migrated everything to a different cloud provider with a plan that I believe is more suitable to our needs. … Read More...

JMonkeyEngine version 3.3.2 is here!

After 3 months of beta testing, the Java game engine’s long-awaited v3.3 release arrived on 30 March.

With it came exciting new features: AppState ids, light-probe blending, a better ragdoll control, and an animation system rewritten from the ground up.

As often happens, a few key bugfixes missed the cutoff for v3.3.0-stable. In its wake, the JMonkeyEngine team came together and identified a handful of existing fixes that could be safely backported into v3.3. With the help of volunteers, candidate builds received extensive testing on multiple platforms. Their efforts culminated in version 3.3.2-stable, a production-ready patch release from the v3.3 line.

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Sgold interviews Daniel Perano

stephengold Thank you for agreeing to be interviewed. First question: Do you remember when you first encountered JMonkeyEngine? What was your first impression? danielperano I started learning jME back in the 3.0 days, as I recall, and I was impressed with the features it offered. The scene-graph control and appstate design made a lot of sense to me — … Read More...

Sgold interviews Jayfella

stephengold Thank you for agreeing to be interviewed. First question: When did you first hear about JMonkeyEngine? jayfella Way back in 2014, after a long period of developing desktop applications, servers, and minecraft plugins, I decided to look into writing games. At that time I was more into C#, but XNA was a sinking ship, so looked at alternatives. … Read More...

Minie Physics Library Version 1.4 Released!

Minie version 1.4 is an exciting new add-on for the JMonkeyEngine (JME) game engine. Minie provides an open-source physics engine for desktop games. It gives software developers using JME access to the proven technology of the Bullet Physics SDK version 2.89, including: rigid-body dynamics, soft bodies, collision detection, vehicle and character controllers, ray and sweep tests, and dynamic constraints. Minie incorporates DynamicAnimControl technology for ragdoll simulation and inverse kinematics. … Read More...

jMonkeyStore is Now Open!

After years of requests and attempts, a software store (a.k.a an asset store) for jmonkey has finally been created and is now open to registration. Everybody can register and submit their software! https://store.jmonkeyengine.org/ Currently only free open-source software can be submitted. Once we have the sponsorship required for the legal documentation and setup fees we will be able to allow selling (payment required to use it) and sponsoring (pay the developer if you want to as a thank you) software. … Read More...
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