Addon Modules for Cerberus X

Dynamically load and save objects using Reflection

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Hi Ive published this module v0.1 https://github.com/pantson/pantson-cerberusx-fileobject This is very early days to dynamically load and save objects. Currently it only supports flat objects (no nested objects or arrays) and only supports ints, floats and strings. This is to help me with my...
Polar Collision Module
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This is a collision detection module provides fast almost pixel perfect collision that can be achieved by defining the shape of each sprite with a set of polar coordinated.

Path finding class

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Again, just going through my harddrive, polishing up my exernal modules with docs etc Heres my path finding class https://richpantson.itch.io/cerberusx-module-paths comments welcome
GUI class
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While working on my Font Editor, I realised I need a tidy GUI. So Ive started working on this. demo here https://richpantson.itch.io/cerberusx-gui-class

Auto download Module

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A tool to download 3rd party modules automatically.
guiBasic module
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A great GUI module converted from Monkey X to Cerberus X.

Various MonkeyX Modules

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Hi All, here is a download to lots of MonkeyX modules that you may find useful, they where mainly built by myself and SKN3, there are also some modified modules built by other Monkey folk. Ideally these would all be in a repo but I did not have time to create a new repo and sub them all out...

Access to camera photos - Android only

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Hi After a lot of tidying up, Ive put my module onto Github https://github.com/pantson/cerberusx-rch-modules Currently its only for Android. enjoy The module will compile for all targets but not do anything Rich
Vortex 2
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This awesome module brings 3D to Cerberus X.

About Cerberus X

Welcome to Cerberus X, a cross-platform development toolset which serves 2D game development at its core. Cerberus X is a fork of the Monkey X programming language which was originally developed by Mark Sibly. The goal is to enhance and develop it further!

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