Swift Entity Component System inspired by Redux and Composable Architecture
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A Swift Entity Component System. Inspired by The Composable Architecture and focused on cross-platform.
Current Supported Platforms
Note: This is still under heavy development so documentation is sparse
- Highly modular Entity Component System
Codable game state
- Separation of State and Game Logic through composable reducers.
- Cross-platform, trying to have equivalents for all SpriteKit/GameplayKit capabilities (within reason)
Who is this Game Engine for?
- People who love Swift, first and foremost. There are a lot of options out there with far more advanced capabilities, so if you don't love Swift, you may not see a point
- Hobby Game developers, at least while this is under development for a while
- People who want to publish fun little things written in Swift to all platforms. The engine is likely to prioritize cross compatibility over performance or depth of capabilities.
- People looking for a Swift game engine to tinker with, contribute to, help measure, build and turn this into something that maybe changes who this game engine is for entirely. How meta.
The engine's architecture is highly inspired by The Composablesrc="https://raw.github.com/RedECSEngine/RedECS/develop/itecture, but a gaming-focused flavour.
Roadmap Ideas (unprioritized)
- Review best capabilities of SpriteKit and Cocos2D-iPhone and determine what this engine should provide
- Develop more components/reducers and algorithms to match GameplayKit capabilities and other common gaming problems
- Investigate Windows support
- CLI tooling
- Significantly improve resource management
- CodeGen to reduce boilerplate, help with templates
- GUI Editor