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Trial: A fully-fledged Common Lisp game engine
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 30 Apr 2022
Our Lisp game, Eternia: Pet Whisperer is now out on Steam!
1 project | reddit.com/r/lisp | 5 May 2021
Kandria and Eternia both are built on top of the game engine Trial, which I and a few others at Shirakumo have been working on for some years now. Trial itself makes use of a bunch of lower level libraries like cl-opengl, GLFW, pngload, harmony, etc. but a huge amount of the codebase was written by me. If you're interested in its development, I recommend hopping by the #shirakumo channel on the Freenode IRC network. I'd be happy to answer questions there!
Idiomatic way to handle non GC objects, i.e. OpenGL textures ?
1 project | reddit.com/r/Common_Lisp | 16 Apr 2021
A good way to do it is to keep a staging area of sorts that keeps track of the manually allocated objects and their state. When you allocate you batch all objects to allocate together and then execute the load in one go, updating the records in the staging area. Then, when you're ready to switch to a different scene or whatever, you diff the staging area against the current set of objects that need to be live and deallocate everything else in one go.
I want to make 2D games as a hobby. But I've noticed that easy engines like Gamemaker have their own meme little languages. Is there a popular and simple 2D language that uses an actual programming language like Python or something?
11 projects | reddit.com/r/gamedev | 21 Apr 2022
Something a little different, you could try https://adamslair.github.io/duality/ a game engine built using c#. Has a visual editor too.
Any C# Engines/Frameworks that aren't Unity, Cryengine, Godot etc.
2 projects | reddit.com/r/gamedev | 25 Jul 2021
Duality - a 2D Game Development Framework
What are some alternatives?
Stride Game Engine - Stride Game Engine (formerly Xenko)
MonoGame - One framework for creating powerful cross-platform games.
Wave Engine - This repository contains all the official samples of Evergine.
UnrealCLR - Unreal Engine .NET 6 integration
Nez - Nez is a free 2D focused framework that works with MonoGame and FNA
SadConsole - A .NET ascii/ansi console engine written in C# for MonoGame and XNA. Create your own text roguelike (or other) games!
Battle-Cats-Save-File-Editor - Battle Cats Save File Editor made in C# that requires root/rooted emulator and a PC
https://github.com/devtodev-analytics/winstore-sdk - devtodev SDK for Windows and Windows Phone
UrhoSharp - Code to integrate with the Urho3D engine
BEPUphysics - Pure C# 3D real time physics simulation library, now with a higher version number.
CocosSharp - CocosSharp is a C# implementation of the Cocos2D and Cocos3D APIs that runs on any platform where MonoGame runs.