CDN C3/DS Dev Tools Development Malkin | 6/27/2014|| 4|
A listing of development tools for C3/DS on the Creatures Development Network.
SpriteBuilder for Windows Information, Download
This tool allows you to view/edit c16 and s16 image files.
Gendiff for C3 Information, Download
This command line program will compare two different C3/DS genomes and create a list of all the differences between them.
Biochemistry Set for Creatures 3 and Docking Station Information, Download
Want to find out what's going on 'inside' your Norns? The Biochemistry Set will help you! This utility allows you to monitor the chemicals inside your creatures.
Creatures 3 and Docking Station Genetics Kit Information, Download
The Creatures 3 Genetics Kit is the most advanced application available for Creatures 3 and Docking Station today.
CAOS syntax highlighting and injection in VIM Information, Download
We provide a syntax highlighting file for the text editor VIM. Under Linux you can also use this to inject CAOS commands.
Brain in a Vat Tool Information, Download
An advanced tool for those of you who enjoy watching the brain in action.
CAOS Debugger Information, Download
This CAOS code debugger lets you browse running agents, inspect their variables and step through code as they run it. Also monitor output from DBG: OUTV and DBG: OUTS and more! As used by Creature Labs developers.
Linux console utilities Information, Download
A collection of external applications written in Bash script, to monitor, debug and control the Creatures Engine while it is running.
Catalogue checker tool Information, Download
Dumps a list of tags within a set of catalogue files.
Creatures 3 CAOS Tool Information, Download
This tool is a professional quality tool that allows you to do all things CAOS related.
Creatures 3 Map Editor Information, Download
The Map Editor is a highly graphical tool that allows you to create new metarooms or alter existing ones.
PRAY Builder tool Information, Download for Windows, Download for Linux
The PRAY Builder tool helps create PRAY files on Linux or Windows.
Updated by Malkin on 9/9/2015 - update to Gameware Europe.