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Offline Moribito

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« Posted 2013-05-17 17:04:50 »

Hi everyone, Cheesy

I am the guy who works on Compact-MTX framework (now it is mini library) which is over LibGDX Scene2D. You can reach my tutorials, codes, and examples from my blog:
http://moribitotechx.blogspot.co.uk/

Also, I made a game in around 2 weeks with Mtx Library and LibGDX, all source code and tutorials of this game are available in my blog

https://github.com/moribitotech/MTX
Github repo for the community

Library, Source code and Tutorials (Mtx): http://moribitotechx.blogspot.co.uk/
Game: Flame Words
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.moribitotech.android.flamewords


http://moribitotechx.blogspot.co.uk/
LibGDX Game  & Live Wallpaper Development Tutorials with Compact-MTX framework

https://github.com/moribitotech/MTX
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Offline ReBirth
« Reply #1 - Posted 2013-05-18 04:45:29 »

I never heard MTX before as library beside on BTC forum Tongue

I read a bit about your MTX library. It's nice, because mostly identical to my usual template. I am interested on your AbstractActor, because I need a robust implementation of multiple Animations on single Actor.

Tip:
- If this is OSS, you may want to host it on github or bitbucket for easier access
- If you still want to use zip, please add mirror. Rapidshare should be burn Wink

Offline Moribito

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2013-05-18 09:54:15 »

I will move everything to Github soon, so any one can contribute...  Smiley

Mtx is just a fun and side project of mine, but it particularly speeds up game development in specific categories (Puzzles, brain games, platformers, etc...). However there are much to learn, much to refactor, much to change in future.

http://moribitotechx.blogspot.co.uk/
LibGDX Game  & Live Wallpaper Development Tutorials with Compact-MTX framework

https://github.com/moribitotech/MTX
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Offline Moribito

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2013-05-21 10:03:49 »

I move the the core to Github

https://github.com/moribitotech/MTX

http://moribitotechx.blogspot.co.uk/
LibGDX Game  & Live Wallpaper Development Tutorials with Compact-MTX framework

https://github.com/moribitotech/MTX
Github repo for the community
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