News about Cerberus X

Cerberus X v2019-10-13b for Linux released

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Hi folks, here is a little update for our Linux user. It contains 3 things: Requesters now work in Linux (minus filters, will work on that.) Added the missing stb_image_write include Recompiled TED so the new options dialog shows up For 1. and 2., have a look into the modules_ext/SaveImage...

Roadmap - Future development of Cerberus X

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Hi folks, as you might have seen, I have decided that our code editor Ted has reached the end of its development. Adding to that, the Apple targets need some work as apps who use OpenGL(ES) might not run on OSX/IOS much longer. I predict that OSX 10.15 and IOS13 will be the last releases that...

Cerberus X version 2019-10-13 released

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Hi folks, again a new release of Cerberus X. Some fixes, modifications, some new stuff. Again, a big thank you to all who were involved in this version. The OSX and the Linux version should follow in the next week. As always, download it from here: https://whiteskygames.itch.io/cerberus-x...

Cerberus X v2019-05-05 released

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Hi folks, here is again a new release of Cerberus X. Some fixes, some new stuff, new modules, etc etc. https://krautapps.itch.io/cerberus-x Again, a big thank you to all who were involved in this version. And bear with me, this is my first Linux distribution. So I hope it works for you...
New home page
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Cerberus X got a new home page.
User devlogs! Cause we want to read about your projects!
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Write about your projects!
Cerberus X v2018-12-30 released!
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Fixes, refactoring of the MakeDocs tool, changes to the documentation, updated TED touses the QT5 5.92. and its webengine and some rework of the mojo2 examples.
Download stats of Cerberus X
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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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