Starlight Engine (Formerly ZHDE)

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A complete game authoring studio written in XNA, to be for Windows, Zune and potentially the Xbox 360. Written in C# and XNA 3.1, this project implements many librarys to provide support for features such as particle systems and advanced physics.



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