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3D Game "Fire Fighting"

Student: Mikhail Surovtcev

Supervisor: Rimma Akhmetsafina

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Software Engineering (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The work is devoted to the creation of a computer application – 3D game "Fire Fighting." The paper deals with existing game development technologies. In addition, an analysis of the game engines was conducted, and a game engine was chosen that will be used in the development of the application. The object of development is the visualization of the process of burning the flame, extinguishing the fire, the layout of the building. For the development of the application, the Unity3D game engine was chosen. It allows you to create different animations and more accessible to small developers. As a result, this work will help children develop a reaction that is needed during adulthood, and both children and adults will use the application for leisure. The work contains 22 pages, 3 chapters, 6 illustrations, 0 tables, 17 bibliography items, 4 appendices. Keywords: game engine, game development, 3D.

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