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Amazon releases Lumberyard, a free AAA game engine. A platform for legal ed of the future?
Amazon Lumberyard is a free, cross-platform, 3D game engine for you to create the highest-quality games, connect your games to the vast compute and storage of the AWS Cloud, and engage fans on Twitch.
Eventually sometime is going to take a tool set like this and figure out how to build a game that simulates at least some of the American legal system. A simulated world with lots of property, contacts, torts, and legal issues and the courts to resolve the issues. Law students would engage each other at different levels to identify and pursue legal issues. Non-player characters would appear as judges, potential clients, and senior attorneys. It would be interesting.
Checkout the Lumberyard announcement video: