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Monogame 3.8 released

MonoGame 3.8 Released

MonoGame, the spiritual successor to Microsoft’s XNA game framework, just released MonoGame 3.8 after more than a year in development. Major new features of MonoGame including .NET core support, NuGet installation and more. Details of the release from the MonoGame What’s New post: We now support .NET Core in addition …

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Stride 4 Game Engine Released

Stride 4 Released

Stride, the game engine previously known as Xenko (and Paradox before that), just released version 4.0.  Details of the release from the Stride 4 release notes (no link possible currently).Thanks to a substantial contribution from Sean Boettger and sponsored by David Jeske, Stride now supports Voxel Cone Tracing GI!.NET CoreAs a first step toward .NET […]

FNA The Future of XNA

FNA–Now with Vulkan Support

FNA is an open source project making it easy to port and maintain XNA based games to several different platforms.  FNA has been used to port a huge number of indie games including the likes of Celeste, Bastion, Axiom Verge, FEZ, Owlboy, Rogue Legacy and more.  The goal of FNA is described as:Our goal is […]

Using Godot with the C++ Programming Language Tutorial

Godot With C++

A common question I receive is, can I use C++ with the Godot game engine.  If you are looking to do live game scripting like in Unreal Engine, the short answer is no, you cannot do that with Godot.  You can however develop in Godot using C++ in three different ways.Native DevelopmentThe first option is […]

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