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Path Defense Framework

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A framework for games with defense towers along a path.

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This is a .NET/Mono library for programming defense games where players have to build towers along a path to fight off creatures moving along that path.

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Features

  • Provides all the game logic.
  • Full customizeability by subclassing.
  • Not bound to any graphics toolkit - this is only the game logic component, so the drawing operations can be written for whatever toolkit you like.
  • Available on NuGet (package "PathDefenseFramework")

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Intended Audience

Developers

Programming Language

C#

Registered

2012-04-09

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