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Hello all, I would like to introduce our new visual game builder for Windows(tm). Built on the DirectX technology, Project Nebula is a very powerful tool. It allow you to build any type of 2d games visually without much coding. Scripting is provided via the ultra-powerful TCL (Tool Command Language) provided by SunScript(tm). A lot of the features you have always dreamed about are already included and involves NO coding at all: - Multi-Threaded A* pathfinding. - Dynamic lighting source calculation. - Auto-animation of sprites. - Powerful syntax-highlighting tcl code editor. - Game compiler that compress game projects. - JPG, BMP, PNG, GIF, AVI, MPG, MP3, MIDI file support. - Isometric or tiled based visual editor. - Special effects like: rain, snow, fadein, fadeout ... - Small (600k) and fast (200-400fps on a P3 800mhz). - Integrated alpha-blending. - Image filters: blur, contrast, emboss, sharpen ... - Event-driven scripting. - Auto minimaps rendering. - Advanced waypoints system. - Automatic drag & drop of objects. - Precise collision detection system. - Automatic tile transition system. Please visit: http://www.projectnebula.50megs.com for more information or to try Project Nebula out!

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Hey man it dont work for me... maybe im doing somethin wrong but it comes up wid an error saying... "error loading: bin/tcl.dll"

just a thought:S


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ya, i got same error. it says u need to install that, and there''s a link on the download page... but i just didn''t feel the need to put more garbage on my computer (because i''m running windows), cuz it''s already running really slowly...


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