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euphoriasdk

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A complete 2D Game Engine with built in drag and drop editor

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Euphoria is a 2 Game Engine
and Development kit for aspiring game designers who are interested in getting their feet
wet in the world of game design and programming. Some features of the engine are:
- 2D levels and basic rasterized rendering
- Simple animations and timer systems
- A complete embedded Lua 5.1 scripting environment for level scripting
- A drag and drop level designer
- Support for all standard Windows Media Player compatible media types
- Background Music
- Sound Effects
- Simple object collision detection
- Pseudo 3D for making simulated 3D with 2D graphics
- Scriptable Menus, buttons, etc
- Custom Lua file manipulation libraries and script engine binding
- Cut scene videos
- Open Source

What Euphoria is NOT:
- A professional game design engine (maybe someday)
- Bug free
- Size Efficient (textures are stored as bitmaps
- 3D
- Covered Under Warranty
- A Game, this is a Kit to BUILD a game

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Education, Other Audience

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

C, Lua, Project is a programming language

Registered

2012-10-05

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