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« Reply #15 on: May 28, 2014, 11:23:38 AM »

Monkey X looks and feels much like java and blitz some how blended.
Yeah I have to say I liked the Monkey language structure and syntax when I played around with it.  It was the C++ support in AGK that finally swayed me in that direction.

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« Reply #16 on: May 30, 2014, 04:31:51 AM »

well Monkey X has miniB3D for it , but it is slow as it is  opeGL that is mobile compatible. LOL

JME3 SDK looks best all round but it has a touch of learning curve , but good videos and community .

Monkey X , will probably end up being my go to for simple 2D things i want user to have and to make custom canvas thing for HTML5 .

i will still plod on with NNG in NF  for now , when NNG is 'done' if no word form Matt or i hit a insurmountable bug before it is done  , i will be forced to abandon NG for anything more than building in-house tools .

~ i 1/2 think i should move to pure OpenGL and build a engine form ground up , and only parts i need as i need .  see if Aaron cna build Kune to be compliant , even if i have to US d3d SDK directly .

its a unsure time for me as far as coding .
I know TMC migh have got a goo d kick out of HardWired for BB , fo rhis RPG  but he's well into that now using DX7 .

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