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Buttermilk is a *DISCONTINUED* 2D XNA game / GUI engine that was being built for the game "Rogue Bishop". It's a very easy-to-use 2D game engine which tranparently supports 3D objects in the 2D scene graph. It currently includes a dynamically-skinned GUI system. The GUI system is completely separated from the 2D game engine in its own project module, and can be used in any XNA application, 2D or 3D.

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2_5d dotnet engine gui xna

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