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Hi guys,
I've drew some creatures in 3D max so "I want to Add that creature in a (c++) game", any idea what format will be suite
or work better?? (example: I thought to Import as *.MD2 but, the bad thing is cannot be animated when I importing from
3D max????)


please answer me as soon as possible!

Thanx in advance :)


-GoaMan
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Use the 3D max file format: 3DS
you can find info about it here:

http://myfileformats.com/search.php?name=3DS

PS: sorry for the late reply
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