(Merrimack, 10.10.2011) The Royal Netherlands Army (RNLA) has always been on the forefront when it comes to simulation. It was one of the first to start using serious games in 2007.
These serious games, VBS2 and Steel Beasts, have the advantage that they have a relatively open architecture: you can load up your own 3D models and terrain databases, instead of working your way through the armies acquisition process and finally get the OEM to build what you need.
Unfortunately, the tools to make these terrain databases are not as user friendly as end-users would like. In order to solve this problem, re-lion has been working together with the RNLA to tailor Builder to their needs and empower the end-user.