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Bryan Moodie

June 24, 1999, 02:40 PM

Hi all,

Does anyone here use MGL? I've just been to Scitech and stumbled across it. I'm very impressed with it. If you haven't heard of it check it out here .

Basically it's a graphics API which supports openGL, directX, GDI and DOS. It has a game framework, event system (mouse/keyboard), and supports jpeg/bmp/pcx formats.

BTW it supports heaps of compilers: VC, Watcom, even Delphi.

WinQuake and Hexen II were made with it. Best of all, it's FREE! :)

Catcha,
Bry

 
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