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Derelict is a collection of D bindings to C shared (dynamic) libraries which are useful for multimedia applications, with a heavy bias toward game development-related libraries.
This is a program for playing the game of go. No go program to date has achieved a level of mastery comparable to chess programs. The design goal is to develop as strong of an AI as possible using D, agile development, an object oriented design, and generic programming.
Yage (Yet Another Game Engine) is an open source, cross-platform, general-purpose, and free 3D game engine. Although it is currently in the early stages of development, it's planned to incorporate may features of leading commercial game engines when finished. Yage is written using the D ... [More]
In the game, the player assumes the role of a hacker breaking into computer systems world-wide, bouncing his connection off relay stations to avoid detection. This mechanism is highly stylized, following movie-like hacking conventions of, example, "crack www.test-server.com" or "trace ... [More]
Now YYGF(yiyin game framework) just a planning game lib,it will be wrote by d program language.YYGF is not a part of this game. This game is like + .And it's a open resource game,that means graphs,music,effectsound, and ect is under GPL license but YYGF not. Sorry for my poor englsh. ... [More]
Clone of the popular 2D game "Worms World Party" ( Team17). Main focus is staying as close as possible to the original game regarding gameplay and visuals while extending it at the right places. Code/more info: http://gna.org/projects/lumbricus
The library component of Arcomage Clone, the FOSS clone of the Arcomage game by New World Computing. The library allows for multiple frontends to be used and is written in D.
The command-line interface for libarcomage, allowing to play Arcomage even without a graphical server. Written in D.
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