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0x10cStandardsCommittee/0x10c-Standards README.md 0x10c Standards Committee The 0x10c Standards Committee is a fully community driven organization working towards a series of standards for application development for the DCPU-16 within 0x10c. Directory Hierarchy This directory contains the standards and proposals regarding the Application Binary Interface.
Take Over The Galaxy with GitHub Notch is at it again, and we couldn't be more excited. You may have heard of Minecraft, the award-winning game Notch released a few years ago that has recently marked its 5 millionth sale. 0x10c, Notch's new game, is a space simulator with an interesting twist: every spaceship in the game is controlled through a "CPU", implemented on the server through a Virtual Machine. Players program their spaceship in order to play the game.
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Jonatan Pöljö is the guy in charge of 0x10c’s art. Here’s what he had to say about the game’s distinctive aethetic: “The style is pixel art meets modern 3D. It’s influenced by bright, vivid sci-fi, and real-world functional spaceship design to go with 0x10c’s realistic tone. “The idea is to give people flexible in-game tools for creativity, and have the outcome look fantastic no matter how they piece things together.”
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