Started by josebita, October 03, 2009, 10:30:36 AM
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Quote from: DCelso on February 25, 2010, 07:21:32 AMdéjalo, no lo presiones que está con el port a wii. :D:D
Quote from: josebita on March 26, 2010, 08:19:26 AM========================Long-time BennuGD user and domain admin Pixel (from Pixjuegos, he's got some very fun games to play there) has started a new web site so that people from the community can upload their games to a central repository.It's located at http://projects.bennugd.org. You can already find a few games there. The site is far from done, but it's pretty much functional already.When uploading your projects, you must login with the username & password you use at the official forums and you can add a lot of details about your projects: screenshots, youtube videos, paypal donations...So go give it a try, and don't forget to leave us your opinion in the forums!========================
Quote from: josebita on March 26, 2010, 03:41:23 PM=====================================We're seeing a lot of activity coming from the users in terms of extension creation lately.Below you'll find a list of some of the extensions users have created along with a short explanation of how they work. Disclaimer: I wrote one of the libraries I'm advertising below. Which one? click on "Read More" to know!Bennu3D: Created by a group called Colombian Developers. This impressive library builds upon the Irrlicht graphics engine and the industry-grade Bullet physics library to deliver stunning 3D graphics for your games.They also provide a terrain editor and some tutorials, along with quite a few examples on the libraries' usage.The library targets Windows mainly, but an older version for linux exists at the download page.Colombian developers are also the authors of the more than useful BennuPack, which includes basically every single module out there that work with Bennu compiled and regularly updated for Windows·mod_openal: Also created by Colombian Developers. This library provides wrapping functions for cAudio which itself wraps around Creative Labs' open source OpenAL. Open AL has been used in many AAA-grade games like Doom 3, Quake 4 or Bioshock (longer list here).This library can be used to control multichannel (you know: 5.1, 7.1 and simmilar) sound systems from within Bennu. For Windows & Linux. Source code included.mod_mappy: Created by DCelso. This library can load tilemaps created with Mappy. It can be very useful if you're creating a tile based game. For Windows. Compiles just fine in Linuxmod_vlc: (This is mine, can you feel the hype? :) This library wraps around libVLC to provide simple video playback from Bennu. The lib provides the usual playback controls (seeking, volume...) and can play videos with subtitles.It's available for both Windows and Linux.These are only some examples of what Bennu can do thanks to its vibrant community, but there are many more impressive extensions available. Go check some of them at here (google translated here).=====================================
Quote from: Drumpi on March 31, 2010, 01:24:11 AMJosebita, no es por meterte prisa, pero la comunidad hispana lleva dos semanas de retrasos con las noticias ;DTraducción: creo que se te ha olvidado que tienes las traducciones en la cola de cosas pendientes.