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#ActualFetze

Posted 14 March 2013 - 06:12 PM

Somewhat biased suggestion for a framework to take a look at: Duality. I'm currently working on a "Getting Started" kind of tutorial that might give you a quick overview on how to use it. You'll find it in the Wiki section of the google code page I've linked above.
 
Pro: Extensible Game Engine, Visual Editor, specialized on 2D, based on OpenGL / OpenAL, designed for C#, completely Open Source.
Con: Still under development, relatively new (been around for 1-2 years), Windows only
 


There are other 2D game frameworks out there for C#, though. Probably plenty of them - or so I imagine. SFML has been mentioned and you seem to have already found MonoGame. You might want to take a look at this list, although C# isn't heavily represented there. Here's another one.


#2Fetze

Posted 14 March 2013 - 06:10 PM

Somewhat biased suggestion for a framework to take a look at: Duality.
 
Pro: Extensible Game Engine, Visual Editor, specialized on 2D, based on OpenGL / OpenAL, designed for C#, completely Open Source.
Con: Still under development, relatively new (been around for 1-2 years), Windows only
 
There are other 2D game frameworks out there for C#, though. Probably plenty of them - or so I imagine. SFML has been mentioned and you seem to have already found MonoGame. You might want to take a look at this list, although C# isn't heavily represented there. Here's another one.

#1Fetze

Posted 14 March 2013 - 06:09 PM

Somewhat biased suggestion for a framework to take a look at: Duality.

 

Pro: Extensible Game Engine, Visual Editor, specialized on 2D, based on OpenGL / OpenAL, designed for C#, completely Open Source.

Con: Still under development, relatively new (been around for 1-2 years), Windows only

 

There are other 2D game frameworks out there for C#, though. Probably plenty of them - or so I imagine. SFML has been mentioned and you seem to have already found MonoGame. You might want to take a look at this list, although C# isn't heavily represented there. Here's another one.


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