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RayLib C/C++ C99 open source game development framework released RayLib 4.5

RayLib 4.5 Released

The cross platform, open source C/C++ (technically C99) game development framework RayLib just released RayLib 4.5. RayLib is full featured, very modular, available for several platforms and has language bindings for essentially every modern programming language. Details of the RayLib 4.5 release: Key Links 4.5 Release Notes RayLib Homepage GitHub

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Godot 4 Game Engine Released

Godot 4 Released

Coming over 5 years after the release of Godot 3, the long wait for Godot 4 has finally come to an end, Godot 4 was just released. Godot is a popular open source 2D/3D game engine. The 4.0 release predictably enough is absolutely packed with new features and changes. Key

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Blender have launched new developer community project.blender.org project projects source code

Blender Projects Portal Launched

The Blender Foundation have just launched Blender Project site for managing Blender development, including source code hosting. This project was forced upon them, due to their existing solution Phabricator being shut down. Details from an earlier Blender developer blog: developer.blender.org has been doing this for our community for years now,

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Duelyst CCG Open Sourced on GitHub

Duelyst Open Sourced

Deulyst, an online CCG or collectable card game first published in 2016, has just been open sourced. This release isn’t just the source code, but everything, the server component, the art assets, everything. The release is under the liberal Creative Commons license enabling you to do almost anything you want

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