Tag: open-source

OpenMW: The Future of The Elder Scrolls III:Morrowind

Image Source: https://en.opensuse.org/OpenMW A few months ago, back in June, I wrote an article regarding the open source revitalization of Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall through the Unity engine, which you can find HERE. As it turns out, there is an open source project for what I consider to be the greatest ( as far as…
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Let’s Create Mario Game with GDevelop5 on 4th August @ 2 pm

We will learn how to create the Mario Game with GDevelop5 open-source game development software. You can check it out by joining here. If you want to follow up you can download the software from here.

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GDevelop5: Develop Game With No Programming

Hola!!! Today, we will talk about the open-source game development software which is called GDevelop5. It let you create games like platformers, puzzles, shoot ’em up, strategy, 8-bit, hyper-casual games. With GDevelop, you can make simple projects for fun, create ambitious indie games like Lil BUB’s HELLO EARTH, Hyperspace Dogfights, or even build the next hit, grossing 1 million downloads like Vai Juliette!…
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MuseScore 3: An Open-Source Alternative to Sheet Music Based Composition

Image Source: https://linux-os.net/musescore-3-0-una-nueva-version-de-este-programa-de-notacion-musical/ This week, we are taking a look at an Open -Source musical tablature editor called MuseScore 3. I discovered this fantastic program when I was searching for printable blank sheet music on which to practice my musical compositions. As it turns out, not only is MuseScore 3 an effective digital alternative to…
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How to Create Simple Interactive Fiction Games through Twine! July 28th @ 2 pm

If you’re an aspiring video game developer or just want to do something for fun, Twine is a great solution! It’s a free, open source, interactive fiction game creator, that makes video game creation simple and fun. Join here to see a demo on the basics of Twine and some of the easiest ways to…
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YouTube: Stream the audio and video Ad-Free

Hello, this week we will talk about the free version of YouTube Music and stream the videos without any ads which mean you don’t have to pay for purchasing the subscription for the ad-free music and videos. You can have a subscription-free mobile app and desktop software. 🤩😎 Follow the steps to have a free…
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Stellarium: Gaze at the Stars of a Simulated Universe

Image Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Stellarium-0-12-0-fi.png This week, as part of our weekly community presentations, in which I hosted, we had taken a quick look at the free open-source astronomy software known as Stellarium. Have you ever considered becoming a junior astronomer but you just didn’t have the proper equipment or perhaps you lived in a big city…
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The Easiest Way to Create an Interactive Fiction Game

Twine, created by Chris Klimas, is a free, open-source software that can be used online and offline to easily create interactive fiction games. The clean interface and tools make even the most complicated game enjoyable to create.  Twine has great style formats that make it easy for anybody, especially those who are unfamiliar with coding,…
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Gaze at the Stars with Stellarium : Show & Tell July 21st @ 2:00 pm

Image Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Stellarium-0-12-0-fi.png Ever wanted to be a junior astronomer but you just don’t have the proper equipment or perhaps you live in a big city with far too much light pollution? Even if the idea has you somewhat interested, come and join us This Wednesday, July 21st at 2pm on Zoom HERE where we…
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SageMath: An Open-Source Alternative to Mathematica & Maple.

Image Source: https://www.ima.umn.edu/press-room/sagemath-coding-workshop Many of you may be familiar with programs such as Maple & Mathematica, which are considered to be CAS: “Computer Algebra Systems” with features covering many aspects of mathematics, such as Algebra, Calculus, Number Theory, Number Analysis, Statistics and Combinatorics. It is quite common to find these programs utilized in some upper…
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