The following are the system requirements for FLAMES.
System Requirements for FLAMES Engine
|Operating System||Microsoft® Windows® 10 or 11 (32-bit or 64-bit)|
|CPU||Intel® or compatible processor; 2.0 GHz or faster recommended|
|Memory||8.0 GB minimum recommended|
|Disk Space||10.0 GB minimum available disk space required|
|Graphics||Graphics card with a minimum of 128 MB texture memory, support for OpenGL 1.2 or higher, and support for S3 texture compression (S3TC)|
|Networking||Hardware: Network interface card|
Software: TCP/IP protocol suite
|Multithreaded Execution||Performance improvements will be realized only on computers with two or more cores/processors|
Additional Requirements for FLAMES Options
|Unreal Engine Option||Unreal Engine does not need to be installed on your computer to use the Unreal Engine option with a FLAMES-compatible game. However, your computer must meet the minimum hardware and software requirements for running Unreal Engine. These requirements can be found in the online documentation for Unreal Engine. Requirements for version 5.1 of Unreal Engine can be found here. Most Windows 10 or 11 users will only need to install the DirectX End-User Runtimes.|
To use Unreal Engine to develop a FLAMES-compatible game, your computer must meet the minimum hardware and software requirements for developing with Unreal Engine. Your computer must also have 250 GB minimum available disk space.
The Unreal Engine option is available only on computers running a 64-bit version of Windows 10 or 11.
|HLA Option||RTI software compatible with DMSO RTI1.3NG-V6|
Additional Requirements for FLAMES Developer
|C or C++ development environment (compiler, debugger, etc.) compatible with Visual Studio 2019 (version 16.11.18, Windows SDK version 10.0.18362.0, Platform Toolset v142).|
Previous versions of FLAMES were supported on Linux workstations. However, the current version is not yet available on Linux. Support for Linux is planned for the future, depending on demand. If you’d like a Linux version of FLAMES, please let Ternion know.