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Offline Widget101

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Hi and Raspberry PI!
« on: 2016-Jan-20 »
Hi there,

I've just bought the full version of GLB after trying the demo out for (quite) a while and am really impressed with what it can do in 2d. Can't wait to see what the 3D is like.

I'm a huge fan of retro 8-bit games and systems but I've also recently got hold of a Raspberry PI and am wondering just how easy it is to write stuff in GLB that will compile to run on the PI.

Any help would be appreciated.

:)

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Re: Hi and Raspberry PI!
« Reply #1 on: 2016-Jan-20 »
Welcome Widget101, there are some experiments on the PI around the forum, I think Matchy has a head on it.
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Re: Hi and Raspberry PI!
« Reply #2 on: 2016-Jan-21 »
There are some bugs in the RaspberryPi compiler but otherwise it's runs the same on any platform.

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Re: Hi and Raspberry PI!
« Reply #3 on: 2016-Feb-16 »
Hi! Another beginner's question: how does it go with R314159? What system is needed on the R'pi to host the game? Or does the compiled game run directly from the card, as a single, direct executable (without a system)?
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Re: Hi and Raspberry PI!
« Reply #4 on: 2016-Feb-16 »
how does it go with R314159?

What is that?