Forums for COmputational-Simulations Science/Game development

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In summary, the conversation is about finding good forums for computational-simulations science, game programming, and RPG discussions. The participants mention gamedev.net, gamasutra, and BestCFD online as potential options, but express a preference for CSS sites. One participant shares a link to a website called cfd-online.com and recommends it for its active community. Another participant mentions the difficulty of finding reliable RPG forums through a simple Google search.
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Anyone know of any good forums for computational-simulations science involving 3D environments. Or game programming forums? I know of gamedev.net nad gamasutra but those are game sites...i'd prefere to have css sites.
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CFD online has one, but other than that I'd be asking the same question. Most places I've looked at are ones with "10 topics and 3 replies" a board.
 
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CFD is there a website? or does google search lead you there? within the first page of the search i mean.
 
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The website and so forth is here :

http://www.cfd-online.com/

... I think overall it has (some) 'class' and activity, worth a mention at least (probably even more so if I did CFD bit more frequently).
 
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Google for RPG forums and you tend to get a lot of sites that actually link to a lot of other sites that you will need.

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I was hoping this thread would get many many responses :confused:
 

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