This project originated as cocos2d-objc rewrite to Swift. As I stopped commiting to the repo since June, because Obj-C is dead for me.
This is still in a very alpha state, but you already can build some games with it, even though it may be unpleasant process as I change API almost every day. The project served as
Android) that builds by Swift Package Manager. It requires some project config in order to use it, but you can experiment with the demo provided in the repo.
Generally the project should be considered unstable and most of the API is likely to be changed.
Thanks to them we currently have:
* Ultra fast cross-platform math lib, that works with
Darwin platforms and has self-implemnted algorithms to run on
Glibc based environment. Not speaking of zero ARC impact and modern swifty syntax features.
* Modern agnostic renderer, which works with following list of backends out of the box:
* Direct3D 9, 11, 12
* OpenGL 2.1, 3.1+, ES 2, ES 3.1
* WebGL 1.0, 2.0
What it looks like?
Currently this repo only contains demos for
macOS demo can use both
iOS demo only supports
MetalKit for now and can be easily ported to
Android demos can only be compiled with
SDL, hence only
GL rendering backend is available.
You can get the idea from this GIF:
Goals (updated 29 DEC 2016)
My goals for the near future are (order means nothing):
- Port to
- Introduce basic
UI components(Button, Slider, Label)
- Introduce GPU computed
- Drop the concept of
one set of assetsfor all screen resolutions
- Add support for more asset format loading from
- Add easy post-processing mechanism
We have a trello which I will try to maintain soon.
$ git clone --recursive https://github.com/s1ddok/Fiber2D.git
- Call helper script, that will do all the preparation stuff for you. (You have to have
cd external/SwiftBGFX sh prepare_bgfx_macos.sh
- Open demo XCode project, compile and run. You should see the demo yourself.
- Clone, build
- Open demo XCode project, drag
System/iOSgroup (just for reasonable structure).
- Go to
Fiber2D-demo-iOS Target settings. Add all frameworks from
Embedded binaries: Double check that the same binaries appear in
Target dependenciessection of
- Compile and run
- @stuartcarnie did initial setup of the bgfx renderer along with general support on how to use it
- @gonzalolarralde helped with Android port of libDispatch/libFoundation and Fiber2D itself.
You can reach me on twitter (@s1ddok) or by e-mail in my profile.
LICENSE (BSD 2-clause)
All parts in this package (Fiber2D, SwiftMath, SwiftBGFX and bgfx itself) use the same license.
Copyright 2016 Andrey Volodin. All rights reserved.
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