Found 2 file extension associations related to Games Studio and 2 file formats developed specifically for use with Games Studio.
Platform, operating system: Microsoft Windows
Go to: Games Studio description
Developer / company: DIV
Rooted very firmly in the realm of the BASIC, with elements of C and other high-level languages thrown in for good measure, DIV Games Studio is an impressive package. DIV gives an amateur an astonishing amount of power to produce anything 2D and throws in a Mode 7-alike for good measure. This is also an integer-based language, so forget floating point. DIV is a programming environment with its emphasis completely on games. It uses the most common programming techniques. Play with this tool for any length of time and it soon becomes obvious that the shortcomings are more than made up for by DIV's strengths. It's a joy to code with the command set given, which includes pre-built functions for collision detection, distance between onscreen objects, full screen scrolling and more. Everything is handled by the custom development environment that incorporates a graphics manipulation environment text editor - with full syntax coloring, full debugger and sundry other utilities designed to help pull all the bits together to create an identifiable game.
The Games Studio software seems to be old or discontinued.
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