DeltaEngine - Open Source Multiplatform Game Engine, C# OpenGL Version (custom wrapper) including the Editor

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The Delta Engine is allows you to develop applications and especially games for many different platforms (mobile, tablets, console, PC) completely under Windows with .NET by using your favorite tools. It is free to use on Windows, Open Source and written in C# (.NET). Supported Frameworks: GLFW, OpenTK, SharpDX, SlimDX, XNA and MonoGame.

This release uses NuGet to get all required dependencies, except MonoGame (you can also get the Delta Engine itself via NuGet). Only the .NET Framework 4 Client Profile is required.

Several full fetched games have been developed with the Delta Engine. SoulCraft, SoulCraft 2, Heroes of Soulcraft (12+ million downloads on Android, iPhone, iPad, Amazon, Ouya, Windows 8, Windows Phone 8) and Arena Wars (PC) are some examples.



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