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hello, I would like to create a 3D board game without having much (if any) physics, the only function we could do is drag and drop the pawns. should I use Three.js or babylon.js or another 3D library?

Which is the easiest to learn / use?

can I combine Jquery to do some animation on 2d elements or do I have to do it all via three.js / babylon.js?

thank you ;)
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Best is three.js, perhaps you could use some of the stuff from p5.js and include some libraries like box2d.




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