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Tim Young edited this page 2017-10-05 21:00:24 +02:00

SpriteLibrary is a library that allows you to build graphical games using C# and windows forms. It gives you a relatively small, but fairly powerful set of tools for animating objects, dealing with collisions, and getting graphical objects to move around. You do need to know how to program in C#, but the SpriteLibrary should make the graphical side of things much easier. You can download the latest version of the sprite library, and this documentation, from: https://git.solidcharity.com/timy/SpriteLibrary http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/1085446/Using-Sprites-Inside-Windows-Forms You can also find the code documentation (properties, methods, constructors, etc.) at: http://tyounglightsys.ddns.info/SpriteLibrary