doryen-rs VS roguelike-tutorial-cpp

Compare doryen-rs vs roguelike-tutorial-cpp and see what are their differences.


ascii roguelike library in rust with native and wasm support (by jice-nospam)
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0.0 5.5
about 2 months ago 10 months ago
Rust C++
MIT License MIT License
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Posts with mentions or reviews of doryen-rs. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-07-12.


Posts with mentions or reviews of roguelike-tutorial-cpp. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-06-24.
  • Sharing Saturday #420
    7 projects | | 24 Jun 2022
    It's in a bit of a cryostasis. I released the final project, and I started making changes backwards and cutting features as per plan, but roundabout part 2 or 3 I was not happy with the leap required, and I'm overall I was unhappy about some abstractions (or the lack of some others). So to prevent the extra stress and time pressure from seeping into the main game dev, I paused it. It's still online and available, but text is written only for the last project, and the code works as expected from project 4 (or 3?) onwards.
  • Sharing Saturday #416
    7 projects | | 27 May 2022
    C++ tutorial. So the final project code is now complete, and available on github. What's missing is installation instructions (if you know how to use vcpkg and cmake from command line, that's all you need though) and the actual week-by-week write-ups. I've thought of a 14-part structure, which will funnel in during the next month, and slightly deviates from the structure of the existing libtcod tutorial. If you're curious, have a look, any questions, give a shout. When it's done, I'll make a top-level post.
  • Sharing Saturday #414
    3 projects | | 14 May 2022
    Hey, since you asked, here's the repository. I'm done due to time constraints, certainly not ideal (it never is), but I need to get a move on with my game... I have a clumsy batch file to build on windows, but I'm pretty sure you can manage. Have a look at the notes.txt to get an understanding of the scope/complexity

What are some alternatives?

When comparing doryen-rs and roguelike-tutorial-cpp you can also consider the following projects:

bracket-lib - The Roguelike Toolkit (RLTK), implemented for Rust.

Unity-2d-pathfinding - A very simple 2d tile-based pathfinding for unity, with penalty supported

roguelike - A roguelike focused on tactical positioning and stealth.

Axes-Armour-Ale - A fantasy, ASCII dungeon crawler for Windows, Linux & OSX

gruid - Cross-platform grid-based UI and game framework.

tcod-rs - Rust bindings for libtcod 1.6.3 (the Doryen library/roguelike toolkit)

dioxus - Friendly React-like GUI library for desktop, web, mobile, and more.

cl-tcod - Common Lisp CFFI interface for libtcod, the roguelike library (fork for latest libtcod)