iGame is a simple frontend for launching whdload games.
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README.md

Description

iGame is a frontend to launching WHDLoad games for the Amiga. It is implemented as a MUI application.

http://winterland.no-ip.org/igame/

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Builds and releases

The iGame_rel folder should contain builds that are done at some point in time, following any major code changes.

Installing

Just place the iGame folder anywhere you want on your drive. iGame also requires the following libraries to work:

  • guigfx.mcc
  • TextEditor.mcc
  • render.library
  • guigfx.library
  • lowlevel.library (optional, for joystick navigation support)

Make sure your installation contains MUI and the above libraries. You can find the latest versions in Aminet.

Compiling

Please check the Wiki

Contributing

Please do :-)

Usage

Docs for the usage of iGame can be found inside the guide directory. The guide will be packed inside iGame releases and can also be brought up by pressing the Help key when running iGame.