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Bme

Description: Blasphemous Multimedia Engine
Download: bme.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 931kb
Version: 1.29
Date: 04 Apr 2005
Author: Lasse Oorni, Olli Niemitalo, Kalle Niemitalo, recompiled by Juha Niemimaki
Submitter: JN
Email: jniemima/mail student oulu fi
Homepage: http://www.student.oulu.fi/~loorni/covert/tools.htm
Category: development/library/toolkit
License: BSD
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 648
 
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This is a very quickly tested recompile of BME, which is used by GoatTracker.
Includes sources.

"BME was formerly called JUDAS V2.07fw, but I finally decided it was time
for a change, mainly because JUDAS was originally just a soundsystem and, as
far as I know, it isn't developed anymore :-)

BME is a library for (game) programming with an oldskool (DOS-like)
attitude, containing:

- 256 color graphics routines
  * Using SDL for low level support
  * Palette, Block (tile), Sprite routines
  * Some primitive functions like Plot, Line, Fillscreen

- Sound routines
  * Using SDL for low level support
  * Softwaremixing with linear interpolation
  * RAW/WAV sample support
  * MOD/XM/S3M playing

- Keyboard, joystick & mouse routines
  * Using SDL events

- Timing routines
  * Using SDL timing functions

- Datafile routines
  * For merging all data into one file and possibly linking it with the EXE

- Text routines
  * For printing text with sprites

- Block(tile) map routines
  * For oldskool 2D game background graphics

Applications using BME should work on any platform that has SDL ported on it."










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