How are game engines made?

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  • GitHub repo bevy

    A refreshingly simple data-driven game engine built in Rust

    If you're interested in following along (or helping out); I'm helping make the Bevy game engine in Rust. It's open source, so you can start poking around at its internals.

  • GitHub repo nCine

    A cross-platform 2D game engine

    I have been coding mine for many years now. Fortunately it is still small enough that can be easily understood by one person. Have a look here: https://ncine.github.io/

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