Projects / Amphibian


Amphibian is a free distributed components- oriented framework that was created to develop multiplatform game engines with high source code reusability. It can be used to create different game engines for personal computers, handhelds, and cellular phones.

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  •  20 Nov 2004 09:51

    Release Notes: The missing xamphibian.superwaba.engine.core package was included. Some unnecessary imports were deleted. It is now possible to have directories in resources, which can be used for images, sounds, or anything else.

    •  04 Sep 2004 20:40

      Release Notes: was added for help in using Amphibian in GNU/Linux. Scripts to run samples for GNU/Linux were corrected.

      •  21 Jul 2004 06:07

        Release Notes: The ability to define state classes in the engine specification was added. COUNT_FRAME in the heap is no longer deleted in the FullScreen sample. The framework now works without hardware acceleration under Windows XP. In the documentation, VARIABLE.TXT was included with more information about environment variables.

        •  12 May 2004 03:34

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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