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Hexworks

is a friendly bunch of developers and artists who focus on providing open source tools for (but not only) game developers.

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Hexameter

Hexameter is a hexagonal grid library. The motivation behind it is to have an optimized, simple and usable library for drawing hexagonal grids without being tied to any GUI framework.

This means that you can use Hexameter on Android, your backend or your desktop app.

You can also check out the hexameter.example.swt project here.

Hexameter currently supports a maximum grid size of 1000 * 1000 (1.000.000 cells) with the default implementation but you can provide your own storage implementation to alleviate this limitation.

Note that this library uses RxJava. You should familiarize yourself with the basics (nothing more needed) in order to use it effectively. If you don't want to learn RxJava don't worry the code examples below can be used without diving into the details.

Zircon

Note that this library is deeply inspired by Lanterna. Check it out if you are looking for a terminal emulator instead.

Need info? Check the Wiki | or Create an issue | Check our project Board | [Ask us on Discord][discord]

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