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The Cog Engine Project

The Cog Engine Project is a software suite aimed at simplifying the creation of video games. No prior programming experience is necessary. The project's goal is to make building a video game easy enough for a motivated child to understand, while remaining as flexible and powerful as possible for the advanced user.

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  •  15 Jul 2002 18:49

    Release Notes: This development release includes new compass features that show a player which direction they've come from, and which directions lead to rooms they've already visited. Objects can also be manipulated directly through their Close Up images.

    •  21 Jun 2002 19:44

      Release Notes: This development release features complete GUI interaction, audio support for sound playback, threaded Text-To-Speech under Linux and Windows, enhanced Text Only support, and a new menu system.

      •  17 Jun 2002 23:06

        Release Notes: This developmental release supports a 100% graphical play mode, including graphical mouse pointers and scrollable inventory and object panels.

        •  10 Jun 2002 18:11

          Release Notes: This development release includes the new graphical Inventory and Object panels, updates PyGTK support under Win32, and uses the new ".cog" file format.

          •  31 May 2002 20:17

            Release Notes: This development release features Text-To-Speech Synthesis support, a passive graphical compass, and a better OOP-design code layout.

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