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Gamers virtual machine for game designing

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Gamers is a virtual machine program created by me, for game design. Gamers programming language is a simple language that any one can learn, though it will be a lot easier if you already have some experience in some other programming language, since Gamers programming language is a new programming language. I have remove bugs from the programming language,but creating a programming language doe not mean i know all the errors in the program, hopefully the more people use Gamers and alert me of the errors they encounter, i will be able to fix more error until they are no more errors in the program.
They are two part in Gamers (1) the virtual machine that interpret the codes and execute the games for users to play and (2) the compiler. The virtual machine,Gamers, is freeware and the current version is 1.5.
I have release two compilers for users, one is freeware (Gamers Compiler Free Edition), while the other (Gamers Compiler Pro), you must buy a key to use it.

The Difference between the two Compiler is

They will be no updates or any other version for the free edition.
The free version does not support threads.
Only one sound file is allowed in the free version.
Only one text file is allowed in the free version.
Only .bmp file can be use in Gamers Compiler free edition.

They will be updates and other versions for the pro version.
Pro version supports threads.
You can use any number of sound file in pro version.
You can use any number of text file in pro version.
Game designers can use .png,.jpg and .bmp image files in Gamers Compiler pro.

visit- www.gamersvm.co.cc for more info and to download this software.

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