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Open-source, cross-platform 3D rendering engine for .NET and Mono.12 weekly downloads
Hotaru is an XNA-based Game Engine that is intended to be used for 2D Action RPGs. Game Developers can use Tonbo (a Visual Studio Plug-in) to create and distribute games that run on Hotaru.2 weekly downloads
Aquarius is "Lunar lander" clone created for both PC (Windows XP/Vista) and XBOX 360 platforms. It is being created using Microsoft Visual C# 2005 Express and XNA Game Studio Express framework.
DotNet3D is an open API and foundation library for implementation by .NET-based 3D engines that allows usage with the Visual3D.NET (www.visual3d.net) platform and Visual3D Architect runtime development environment.
C# Game Development Engine and IDE based on Axiom graphics engine
Mosint is a single player/multiplayer game featuring deathmatch, capture the flag, last man standing... It does not intend to be a quake/unreal clone, as it focus in playability with a top view of the fighting stadiums and a fast action with hundreds of
ssbb/lol fighting game
The Fendora engine is used for the saga TerraFendora,created by DarksynthPro And is stil in development. its designed Beyond Next-Gen. Written in C#, with support for XML and java. Note, The Fendora Public engine is weaker then the NON public version.
Psyche3D is a class library utilizing Microsoft's Managed DirectX API written in C#. The features include but is not limited to: Normal/Parallax/Ambient Inclusion Mappings, RPG/MMO capabilities, NexGen Physics and Artifical Intelligence, and EASE of use.
XPS: The Game is a First Person Shooter game for Win32, Xbox and Xbox 360. Three versions will be available, Win32 and Xbox 360 using XNA, Win32 using C++ and DX, and Xbox using C++ and DX. It will also be a multiplayer-only game for version 1 at least.