Game Libraries are libraries targeted at or libraries that are specialized for the development of games.
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Clean Game Library
Full development system for 2D games (arcade, side scrollers, platform games), using the functional language Clean.
A complete toolkit to create games for handheld devices. [Free for non-commercial use]
Golden T Game Engine
A Java library for creating 2D games. [Freeware]
A (commercial) free and open source realtime 3D graphics engine and SDK.
MIDAS Digital Audio System
MIDAS is a multichannel digital sound system. It supports DOS, Win32, and Linux platforms and plays Protracker (.mod), Scream Tracker 3 (.s3m), FastTracker 2 (.xm) and Impulse Tracker (.it) modules, as well as samples and audio streams in raw or WAVE . MIDAS is free for non-commercial usage.
Object oriented Simple Directmedia Layer
OSDL, a free portable high-level open-source library for multimedia and game programming.
Develops game software technologies which are licensed by primarily by video game companies.
A generic armored combat system.
A C++ based library to load/save game-related file formats, such as graphics, sound and 3d meshes.
A free library for programming vga games (320x200 pixels with 256 colors) for Linux and FreeBSD in C. [Open source, GPL]
The Yake Engine
A small, flexible, cross-platform game engine / application framework multi licensed under the LGPL and custom licenses.
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