C-Lesh Game Programming Language/Console - Android Mobile
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Posted 18 July 2012 - 09:08 AM
C-Lesh is an interpreter/compiler/console to allow for the creation of 2D games ranging from snake to, potentially, Mario. With C-Lesh you can simply download a sprite sheet from the internet and begin game creation. The language is similar to Basic with fixed memory divided into object-oriented lists and static variables. Constants are used to declare which memory locations would be used. C-Lesh also implements the Super Mario World Game Engine (please look up that thread to see what I'm talking about) to its full extent with features like built-in camera handling and collision detection. Text maps are also included in C-Lesh. A typical project would consist of two files: the code module (.clsh extension) and the sprite sheet (scaled up by a factor of 2 for quick drawing).
Some links to satisfy your enthusiasm. (If it exists.)
C-Lesh Console: http://www.c-lesh.net => C-Lesh Console (open source)
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