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  1. New engine features

    What's new in the Apus Game Engine:

    Texture arrays. A texture array is similar to a 3D texture, but the array elements are indexed using integers. Texture arrays are useful for rendering objects with skins, tiles, etc. These arrays are more convenient and natural than texture atlases.

    Manual mip-maps. Previously, the engine only supported auto-generated mip-map levels. Now the number and content of mip-levels can be set manually. It's especially convenient for visual debugging.
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  2. Astral Masters game on Steam

    I've launched a fundraising campaign to publish Astral Masters game on Steam.
    Now it's 70% done!
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    https://planeta.ru/campaigns/166321
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  3. New engine release: Engine4

    Just published a new version of Astral Towers game which is built on the 4-th generation API of my Apus Game Engine (Engine4). The game works under Windows and Linux and uses SDL2 library for system management and input processing.

    The engine's revision used in this game is published at GitHub as Engine4-r1
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  4. 3D support!

    3D support has been brought into the engine! Added a couple of projects on 3D theme, including projection shadows (shadow map):
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    In principle, 3D rendering was possible in the past - the engine did not interfere with this, but did not help either (except the camera/projection helpers). Now more and more functionality commonly used for rendering 3D scenes is gradually transferred to the engine, so no manual OpenGL calls are required. Currently, there is not
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    Updated 07-09-2021 at 12:13 PM by Cooler (category)

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  5. Hi there

    Quote Originally Posted by hgbk View Post
    Good to find a forum related to pascal. I'm writing software for a cards game - just for fun and without commercial interest but nevertheless with corona motivated ambition

    I have a front-end server written in JavaScript and a backend-server written in Lazarus Pascal. Both need to send messages to each other. The data to be transferred are coded in JSON. I think Sockets could do the job. Does anybody has experience in such a scenario or could give me a hint how to achieve this.
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