On Monday 14-Mar-2005 J Reidy asked:
> Does anyone know if it is possible to develop mobile games on linux?
> I've looked at brew but the compiler (ARM) costs £1,500.
> I know j2me is an option but we'd like to use C/C++ if possible.
I have no real idea what you need, but perhaps
http://www.bit7.co.uk/microlight.html might be useful?:
• Microlight-3D is a 3D rendering engine for low resource devices
such as mobile phones and low-cost consumer electronics.
It requires only a 32bit CPU and a true-colour frame buffer.
No FPU or graphics accelerator is necessary.
• MicrolightAudio is a low-resource audio mixer for the same class
of device as Microlight-3D. It allows multiple channels of sound
effects and music to be mixed down to a single output stream.
disclaimer: Bit7 is run by a friend of mine.
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