SFML Steam Games – Part 5

I remember the releases of this games quite well, as most of the devs were on IRC / Discord and some I’ve even met in person. Check out Part 4 of this series, if you’ve just joined. Zeran’s Folly Zeran’s Folly is the first installment of the Myroid-Type Comics “universe”. It borrows from a selection […]

SFML Steam Games – Part 4

To the best of my knowledge, we’re now all caught up on old games and can continue chronologically. As always, if I missed a game that was released earlier, please let me know! Kronos Kronos is a great Action RPG with lots of fighting and spell casting. Unfortunately, there seems to be an issue with […]

SFML News – Week 4 & 5 (2023)

After the “historic” merge the other week, one might have expected to see SFML 2.6 being released within a week or two, but that’s not what happened so far, so lets have a look. SFML 2.6 Updates Thanks to the CMake SFML Project Template, we should see quite a few people actively using the 2.6.x […]

Do You Know How To Debug?

Yesterday, I came across a fabulous talk by Bryan Cantrill at GOTO 2017 with the topic of “Debugging Under Fire: Keep your Head when systems have Lost their Mind”. It’s a very interesting and entertaining talk, so I highly recommend to watch it in full. I never really heard this simple definition of debugging: Debugging […]

SFML Steam Games – Part 3

As promised, the next installment of SFML Steam Games. While creating a list of all the SFML Steam Games that I know, I realized, that I skipped two older games, so we’ll continue with those first. UnderRail Given SFML’s permissive license we general have no idea who actually uses SFML and so I didn’t know […]

Using Open AI’s Whisper With SFML

Yesterday, I came across whisper.cpp, which is a C/C++ implementation for OpenAI’s Whisper, an open source, automatic speech recognition (ASR) neural network. It’s simple enough to use, beyond the slightly clunky C-like API, and produces great results, of generating text, based on audio data of spoken words, and that without requiring a connection to some […]

The Return of SFML News

Those few people, who’ve been reading my blog for the past nine or more years, may still vaguely remember all the SFML News posts, where I highlighted development changes and featured SFML games from the community. Given the passed time since my last post in 2014, I won’t be able to catch you up on […]