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Bricks' Bane is a brick breaker game developed with XNA, for Windows & XBox360. Source code is meant to be educational, including a library of tools for game development. It also includes a .NET level editor which can be used to submit new levels that can become part of the game.
WinForms TextBox with spell checking. This WinForms control encapsulates the WPF textbox which has in built spell-checking. Only uses .net framework so you should be able to use this control without installing any extra libraries.
WinForms controls that display multiple sub-controls without creating a unique window handle for each child. Instead each child is drawn using the default renderers and its space and status are managed by the parent. Currently a RadioButtonList and a CheckBoxList are implemented.
The Compatibility API allows you currently to convert to and from certain formats from WPF and Winforms that do similar jobs but are imcompatible. e.g. the Image UI element in WPF requires BitmapImage format as its 'ImageSource'. On the other hand Winforms' PictureBox requires the regular Bitmap object as its 'Image'. The current alpha version allows you to convert to and from System.Drawing.Bitmap and System.Windows.Media.Imaging.ImageSource or System.Windows.Media.Imaging.BitmapImage.
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).
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.