J2ME Isometric Engine / News: Recent posts

Net Intruder now on SF CVS ;)

We commited all source code and arts on our SourceForge CVS account!

More info: http://www.mondonerd.com

Please feed-back comments cause we are re-designing our library!

Posted by Dark Wave 2006-04-29

Net Intruder: GPL game using isoj2me

http://www.yos.it/netintruder.html published Net Intruder. This isometric puzzle game is developed using a fork of isoj2me we releazed. It's a step toward the new version (that, we are sorry, will be released this summer). We suggest all to have a look at the source code of this nice game cause it implements new features like "smooth player movement", new render algorithm and better cache system.... read more

Posted by Dark Wave 2006-04-02

isoj2me 1.0 under the christmas tree?

We are going to release a new version of our isometric graphic library for j2me.
This version features:
- smooth movement of characters on the isometric board
- improved frame rate
- better memory management

Will it be the version 1.0? Maybe!

Stay tuned!

Posted by Dark Wave 2005-12-02

Opened a CVS Repository for the project

Visit our new CVS Repository on Sourceforge.net:
http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=108604

Posted by Dark Wave 2004-10-23

New 0.5 version released

This version allow to develop also simple dialogues scenes...

Posted by Dark Wave 2004-09-23

A new release and many screenshots

A new release added and many screenshots, videos and animated gifs on our homepage: http://www.mondonerd.com

Posted by Dark Wave 2004-05-28

New Screenshots added

Go to our Home Page (http://www.mondonerd.com) to see our latest screenshots!

Posted by Dark Wave 2004-05-20

First real step... Released an alpha version...

I realised the very first alpha version available for download.

This is JUST A TEST (but it works)... but we'll share every single step!

Also visit our homepage http://www.mondonerd.com

Posted by Dark Wave 2004-05-09

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