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[VB6] Legacy Game Engines

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Visual Basic 6 Legacy Game Engines

 

A repository that contains ZIP archives of engines, including assets and binaries, and any available source code.

 

How to use

 

To download individual engines, click on their file and then click the "Raw" button on the page. 

 

Credits

 

@PandaCoder for putting this repository together.

 

Download

 

GitHub

 

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First off, let's credit @PandaCoder for putting that archive together.

 

Secondly, to the readers, these are all extremely old engines. Some of them work, and some don't. All of them have a ton of bugs and none of them are being actively worked on. These are available as reference only and should not be used for any serious projects.  If you ignore this warning and end up needing help the reality is that none will be available unless you cough up cash.

 

Enjoy!

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3 minutes ago, jcsnider said:

First off, let's credit @PandaCoder for putting that archive together.

 

Secondly, to the readers, these are all extremely old engines. Some of them work, and some don't. All of them have a ton of bugs and none of them are being actively worked on. These are available as reference only and should not be used for any serious projects.  If you ignore this warning and end up needing help the reality is that none will be available unless you cough up cash.

 

Enjoy!

Like @jcsnider said, they're available as reference only. If there's a problem (missing files or bad project configuration, not bugs) with any of the source bases, the onus is on you to open a PR with a fix for them. I personally will not support any of the code there, I just wanted to make it available for historical record -- purely archival.

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Definitely fun to look back on but yeah nobody use these engines as a base for an actual project. Intersect source is just around the corner so there's no point. Even if the features from some of these old engines sound appealing it's not worth it.

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