Spritecraft Help...

Discussion in 'Game Development (Technical)' started by unreason, Aug 3, 2005.

  1. unreason

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    So, I went to the web page for Spritecraft, which is a nice looking 2D engine, and free, I think, as long as you don't need the source code. The problem is that in their latest release they didn't include their examples, which apparently included a C++ sample app, which I'd like, since I prefer to code in C++ over VB. Does anyone here use Spritecraft and have a slightly older version with this source code, or know where I could get it? I tried emailing the developers, and posting in their forum, but no one answers. Thanks!
     
  2. illume

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    You probably don't want to use something without source, and without help from the developers. *When* you come accross some bug in the library you won't be able to fix it.
     
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  4. unreason

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    Thanks, everyone! That link that Doofer kindly posted above was just added; The dev team returned my email. It looks like a nice engine, btw, and totally free without source. (It's $200 for the source)
     

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