unrust - unrust - A pure rust based (webgl 2.0 / native) game engine

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You can reference basic.rs for now, more documetations will be coming soon. The target wasm32-unknown-unknown is currently only on the nightly builds as of nightly-2018-08-06.

https://github.com/unrust/unrust

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