Oh course, I was browsing the internet, and I came across this video:
Apparently it runs Windows 10? I would probably never buy this because why get a $200 tiny windows pc while you can get a raspberry/orange pi for $25!
But the point is, I’m curious if you would be able to run jME3 on this. I have a good feeling though that it isn’t 100% Windows 10 and it won’t run jME3. Just curious.
August 28, 2018, 9:16pm
I saw it 2 months ago. you can’t even browse the internet with it
Guess I won’t make past downloading Java
Seems useless to me. Perhaps they will improve it with time or change something so that there is a good reason for buying it.
August 30, 2018, 5:58pm
On the other hand, apparently some people are able to compile the LWJGL on the Raspberry Pi [
LWJGL3 ARM? · Issue #206 · LWJGL/lwjgl3 · GitHub]. If you manage to do that, there is a chance you can make the jMonkeyEngine work as well.
Yeah, don’t mix OS and Platform. While it may be Windows 10, it’s still ARM and not x86 so the stock lwjgl won’t work, so you’d need to manually compile it and then you still have problems with bullet native etc.