Quantum [mega blast]

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Im having a break from this for a bit while I look into another game idea (which requires a multiplayer module) In the past few weeks Ive been looking into a sequel to my Inifinte SHMUP Quantum Surge. The sequel, will involve upgradable weapon upgrades, land and end of level baddies. I hope to...

Google Play Realtime Multiplayer wrapper

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For the past few evenings Ive been looking into this. So far, its going quite well I have completed the following: Join a quick game. Currently this is fixed to 2 players. It should be able to support 8 players. Send unreliable messages between the 2 android devices. Some of these messages are...
Hades
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A new IDE for Cerberus X

App or plugin for easy deployment

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I am trying to create an App that makes it more convenient to create the finished package of your game. One click deployment is my goal. For now I am targeting html, Windows desktop (and later Android) 1. !Only test in a copy of your project folder! 3. Start the app with "python .\CX-Deploy.py"...
An untitled platformer/RPG
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Hi folks, like I have stated in my recent devlog, my son and I want to develop a game together. We settled on a 2D mix of action platformer/RPG/adventure thingy. You have to go on quests, inside and outside. You can travel to other continents, develop your character and so on. The usuable...
guiBasic module
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A great GUI module converted from Monkey X to Cerberus X.
How to use Realtime.Co for a turn-based multiplayer game
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Learn how to use Realtime.Co for your turn-based multiplayer project.
User devlogs! Cause we want to read about your projects!
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Write about your projects!
How to use ABSTRACT with class methods
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Learn how to use abstract methods to emulate function pointers.
Easy High Scores
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Learn how easy it is to integrate a Highscore list into your game.

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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