|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Serious Engine||2,626||3 years ago||10||gpl-2.0||C++|
|An open source version of a game engine developed by Croteam for the classic Serious Sam games.|
|Thevglc||113||3 years ago||1||mit||Python|
|The Video Game Level Corpus|
|Serious Sam Android||51||10 months ago||22||C++|
|Porting of Serious Sam: The Second Encounter for android|
|Tic Tac Toe example web app developed using the SAM pattern|
|Ttg_tools||18||20 days ago||2||gpl-2.0||C#|
|Sources of fan's translation tool for Telltale Games.|
|Telltale Music Extractor||16||2 years ago||gpl-2.0||Pascal|
|A program that enables you to rip the music from the games developed by Telltale Games. This includes games produced by others using the Telltale engine such as Skunkape Games’ Sam & Max Save the World.|
|Maelstrom||13||10 months ago||1||other||C++|
|Fork of the classic Mac OS game|
|Telltale Speech Extractor||13||2 years ago||Pascal|
|A program that enables you to rip the voices and sfx from games released by Telltale Games|
|Silly Sam||8||4 years ago||7||mit||Lua|
|Silly Sam game by Berd|
|Going Serverless Workshop||7||6 years ago||apache-2.0||Shell|
|A workshop for creating serverless applications on AWS|
This is the source code for Serious Engine v.1.10, including the following projects:
EccThe Entity Class Compiler, a custom build tool used to compile *.es files
EngineSerious Engine 1.10
EngineGUICommon GUI things for game tools
EntitiesMPAll the entity logic
GameGUIMPCommon GUI things for game tools
GameMPAll the game logic
RConUsed to connect to servers using an admin password
SeriousSamThe main game executable
SeriousSkaStudioSerious Ska Studio
DecodeReportUsed to decode crash *.rpt files
DependUsed to build a list of dependency files based on a list of root files
LWSkaExporterExporter for use in LightWave
MakeFONTUsed for generating *.fnt files
GameAgentThe serverlist masterserver written in Python
libvorbisThird party libraries used for playing OGG-encoded ingame music (see http://www.vorbis.com/ for more information)
These have been modified to run correctly under the recent version of Windows. (Tested: Win7 x64, Win8 x64, Win8.1 x64)
To build Serious Engine 1, you'll need Visual Studio 2013 or 2015, Professional or Community edition ( https://www.visualstudio.com/post-download-vs?sku=community ).
Do not use spaces in the path to the solution.
Once you've installed Visual Studio and (optionally) DirectX8 SDK, you can build the engine solution (
/Sources/All.sln). Press F7 or Build -> Build solution. The libraries and executables will be put into
\Bin\ directory (or
\Bin\Debug\ if you are using the Debug configuration).
DirectX support is disabled by default. If you need DirectX support you'll have to download DirectX8 SDK (headers & libraries) ( http://files.seriouszone.com/download.php?fileid=759 or https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=6812 ) and then enable the SE1_D3D switch for all projects in the solution (Project properties -> Configuration properties -> C/C++ -> Preprocessor -> Preprocessor definitions -> Add "SE1_D3D" for both Debug and Release builds). You will also need to make sure the DirectX8 headers and libraries are located in the following folders (make the folder structure if it's not existing yet):
MP3 playback is disabled by default. If you need this feature, you will have to copy amp11lib.dll to the '\Bin' directory (and '\Bin\Debug' for MP3 support in debug mode). The amp11lib.dll is distributed with older versions of Serious Sam: The First Encounter.
3D Exploration support is disabled in the open source version of Serious Engine 1 due to copyright issues. In case if you need to create new models you will have to either use editing tools from any of the original games, or write your own code for 3D object import/export.
IFeel support is disabled in the open source version of Serious Engine 1 due to copyright issues. In case if you need IFeel support you will have to copy IFC22.dll and ImmWrapper.dll from the original game into the
This version of the engine comes with a set of resources (
\SE1_10.GRO) that allow you to freely use the engine without any additional resources required. However if you want to open or modify levels from Serious Sam Classic: The First Encounter or The Second Encounter (including most user-made levels), you will have to copy the game's resources (.GRO files) into the engine folder. You can buy the original games on Steam, as a part of a bundle with Serious Sam Revolution ( http://store.steampowered.com/app/227780 )
When running a selected project, make sure its project settings on Debugging is set to the right command:
Before starting the build process, make sure you have a "Temp" folder in your development directory. If it doesn't exist, create it. SeriousSkaStudio has some issues with MFC windows that can prevent the main window from being displayed properly.
Serious Engine is licensed under the GNU GPL v2 (see LICENSE file).
Some of the code included with the engine sources is not licensed under the GNU GPL v2:
Sources/Engine/zlib) by Jean-loup Gailly and Mark Adler
Sources/LWSkaExporter/SDK) by NewTek Inc.
Sources/libvorbis) by Xiph.Org Foundation