Wanting to get in touch with the SwinGame team? The easiest way to get help with the SDK, to ask for more features, or to get programming help and advice, is to post a question on our forum. People will be checking the forum regularly so you should get an answer quickly.
If you want to contact us privately you can send an email to Andrew Cain at email@example.com.
SwinGame was developed by staff and students from the Faculty of Information and Communication Technologies at Swinburne University of Technology.
SwinGame was converted to use SDL in 2007, and the summer semester project extended the API and added support for C#, Visual Basic.NET, and Visual Basic 6. This summer semester project was undertaken by Aki, James, Rene and Stephen.
SwinGame SDK was started in this summer project by Daniel Chambers. This version experimented with different technologies and ended up providing a basic version of the SDK that used Win32 API calls.