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PyFFI is a Python library for processing block structured binary files. Supports NetImmerse/Gamebryo (NIF, KFM), Crytek (CGF), FaceGen (EGM), DDS, and TGA. Includes 3D tools (stripifier, tangent space), utility scripts, and a file editor QSkope.
Exenay is a 2D engine, based on XNA, allowing you to easily create games without having to worry about rolling your own engine. No need to worry about implementing your own sprite objects, position vectors, sprite sheet animation manager, drawing methods, and much more. Exe...
Buttermilk is a *DISCONTINUED* 2D XNA game / GUI engine that was being built for the game "Rogue Bishop". It's a very easy-to-use 2D game engine which tranparently supports 3D objects in the 2D scene graph. It currently includes a dynamically-skinned GUI system. The GUI system...
Vortex2D.NET is free 2D fast graphics framework/game engine. It is replacement of XNA for pure 2D game development. Vortex2D API is very well structured, easy for beginners and powerful enough for professionals. Programming language: C#, VB.NET; OS: Win XP and later.
Godot Engine is a feature-packed, cross-platform game engine to create 2D and 3D games from a unified interface. It provides a comprehensive set of common tools, so that users can focus on making games without having to reinvent the wheel.
A 2D game engine written in C# and XNA. Features animated sprite capability and physics simulation by FarseerPhysics. Includes a level editor, a GUI controls library and a sample RTS game, Factions. Contains A* pathfinding for unit movement and an ants system for AI navigation.
A 2d light engine for XNA 4.0. Krypton allows users of the XNA framework to easily add 2D lighting to their games. Krypton is fast, as it utilizes the GPU and uses a vertex shader to compute 2D shadows, relieving additional stress from the CPU to compute more game-like tasks.