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XNA SRPG Engine strives to create an engine for XNA developers to use when creating an SRPG in C#. The goals are to make character (sprite) and map (tilsheet) loading automated using XML and images and to have the engine represented to the XNA client in a strong library form.
XDI is a Direct Input wrapper for XNA written in C#. It's based on the work started by soopahman 3 years ago. The goal of the project is to extend it to a GameComponent with a settings file system to allow support for any PC gamepad in XNA.
OgmoXNA is an XNA 3.1 Game Library and set of Content Pipeline Extensions for Matt Thorson's multi-platform Ogmo Editor. Its goal is to provide neutral, consumable objects that you can use to to load your levels without having to follow a game design that isn't yours.
A collection of easy to use Xna components for aiding a game programmer in developing thee next big thing. I plan on using the components from this to make a game of my own. Its developed in C# using the Xna library, and the components will be Xbox360 and Windows PC compatible.
Bezier Path Lighting provides a new way to light virtual worlds in XNA. This new lighting approach employs Bezier Curves to create lights with "length", unlike traditional point or spot lights. This project is written in C# for XNA, but can be applied to other graphics libraries.
This simple map content creator for the Xna framework allows fast creation of basic maps and includes a 3d preview so you don't have to build your content to see what it looks like. This project was developed in c# and requires the (Xna SDK v3.1) in order to run.
An XNA GUI for tool windows. This is useful for creating tool windows that allow changing parameters in your program during testing or level creation and see the effects in real time (as opposed to break points to change in code).