DevCorner: Multiple new platforms for Torque2D MIT

I tend to focus a bit on the 3D side of things, but the recently open-sourced Torque2D (note the “2″) engine is pretty cool too:And in fact it got a whole lot better in the last couple of weeks with it being ported to Linux, Android and your browser (t…

DevCorner: jMonkeyEngine SDK 3.0 (stealth) release

The maybe most user friendly and complete FOSS game engine jMonkey Engine 3, has recently released the final version 3.0 of their very nice SDK.Here is a list of the full changes:Engine- LWJGL base now works on MacOSX 10.7+ incl. Applets- Hardware Skin…

DevCorner: Open (Game Art) Bundle

An interesting mixture to “pay what you want” and “ransom funding” has recently surfaced with the Open Bundle:You can buy all the offered game art and use them under the CC-by license and if the total threshold is reached (10k, 1 day remaining, 9.3k al…

DevCorner: Underapprechiated game engines

In my never ending search for a FOSS game engine that is usable for game modding with out having to reinvent the wheel (nor requiring to be a C++ code master) & having decent tools for content creation (because I am spoiled and think that is a mini…

DevCorner: Liberate some great Blender game art!

UPDATE: First set of files has been released (license CC0) and on my advise he added some stretch goals: 600$ > 3 game ready Enemies! (models, sfx, animations, effects)650$ > Dynamic optimized lighting system! (rich dynamic lighting with low reso…

Looking to fund working on OpenGameArt.org full-time.

Hey folks!Just a quick note.  I’m looking to fund work on OpenGameArt.org full time (probably via Kickstarter or similar) once my current work project is done, and I’m interested in hearing what people would like me to work on.  If you have a…

Open Source Handheld Console GCW-Zero: OpenDingux, Kickstarter

GCW Zero Kicksterter is a project to create a spiritual successor to the low-cost Dingoo A320 handheld gaming console.

Thanks to SiENcE for pointing this out!

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Dev-corner: You don’t know it, but your FOSS game project has a deadline.

How soon is the deadline on your FOSS game project?You’re probably thinking that you don’t have one.  And in the sense that a commercial developer would use the word deadline, you don’t.  There’s no date looming above you on your calendar, no…

DevCorner: Professionalize your art asset management

Today I thought it might be nice to have a small talk about Digital Asset Management systems (DAMs). Now I have to admit, given the abundance of open-source DAM systems and my general lack of having actually tried them, might make me not really qualifi…

A tale of two Hexagons

This is a guest post by user Hythlodaeus, discussing open source clones, indie game community behavior and developer’s apologies.video: Open Hexagon – Official Release TrailerVee Software’s Open Hexagon is a very, very recent game, but even in its…