Foxes made Monogame easy.
This is Monofoxe - a game engine based on the Monogame Framework. Its main goal is to greatly simplify working with Monogame and to provide basic set of tools enabling you to just create a new project and make a damn game without removing low-level access to the framework. Monofoxe took a lot of inspiration from Game Maker, so it should be a bit familiar to some folks.
Everything Monogame does, plus:
Coming in the future:
Yes, you can. Monofoxe is licensed under MPL 2.0, so you can use it and its code in any shenanigans you want. Free games, commercial games, your own the-coolest-in-the-world engines - no payment or royalties required. Just please leave a credit. ; - ) (Though, if you will be using FMOD, it has its own license, which is much less permissive than mine.)
Well, up to you. Currently I am developing Monofoxe alone, and can't really provide huge support, or anything. This is mostly an engine for myself and my games - I am not naive enough to think, that everyone will suddenly rush and drop Unity/Game Maker/whatever in favor of Monofoxe. But you can try. ( - :
Download the Monofoxe installer from the latest release. Installer bundles Visual Studio 2017 and 2019 templates. Monofoxe is distributed via nugets, so templates aren't mandatory. It's also a good idea to install project templates for Monogame.
Just install Monofoxe, create Monofoxe project and you're good to go.
NOTE: Due to VS2019 project search being completely broken, templates may not appear in the search right away. Instead of searching select "Monofoxe" in
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