Fenix Project

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Fenix Project is the codename for a GNU project to create a free compiler for a scripting language derived from the one created by Hammer Technologies for the game development suite, DIV Games Studio. However, several features have been added which make it incompatible with most games programmed with DIV.


Fenix is an interpreted language focused on 2D video game development. Its main feature, inherited from DIV, is the pseudo-parallel programming similar to Coroutines, i.e. it gives the developer the chance of programming different processes (enemies, characters, etc.) separately, and the engine will synchronize them. This makes video game developing much easier.Most of its features are now based on Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) which makes Fenix a very portable project.Other features include full 2D support (scaling, transparencies, blend ops...), 16 bpp color, sound (.ogg, .mod, .it, .s3m, .wav), joystick support, mode7 and extensions via libraries.

Supported platforms

Official: Windows, Linux, Mac OS, BSD, BeOS

Unofficial: GP32, GP2X, GP2X Wiz, Dreamcast, PS2


Its current version is 0.92a (beta) and no project maintainer is currently taking care of updating it. The old 0.84 branch — which happened to be quite unstable — was retaken by SplinterGU, a developer from Argentina who cleaned of all known bugs. Also a GNU default Automaker/Autoconf build system, which increases portability, has been implemented, making it very easy to add support for BSD......
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