What’s new in 2.0

We are glad to announce that Wave Engine 2.0 (Shark) is out! This release is a giant leap forward in our loved game engine.

New Wave Visual Editor

In August 2014 we began working on the new Wave Visual Editor 2.0 and, today, we are happy to announce the new editor has finally come true.

Available for download on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X platforms:


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New Material System on WaveEngine 2.0

One of the main features performed in Wave Engine 2.0 is the rewriting of the Material library. To afford tasks like the New Deferred Rendering, we soon realized that we needed to improve the existing material library.

All materials has been changed to work properly with the new Visual Editor, and work with the New Lighting System, so this is the new Materials list:

  • Standard Material
  • DualTexture Material
  • Environment Material

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Wave Engine 2.0 will be released on September 15th


We are happy to announce that WaveEngine 2.0 will be publicly available on September 15th.

Our last stable version of WaveEngine (1.4.2) was released in November of 2014 and after that we decided to analyze all the feedback received from our users in the last year to design the future of WaveEngine.

And in January of 2015 we reorganized our talented team and begin working in this new ambitious version. These have been moths of hard work but the new version is just about ready to be published.

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Developing 2D Games

Today we introduce the first video in which you can see how the development of 2D games is with the new Wave Visual Studio 2.0. We have been working very hard on this part for an easy way to integrate both the 3D and 2D development as there is much diversity in our community of developers, existing those who usually develop 3D games but also who develop their games in 2D and even those who want to mix both 2D and 3D as in recent well known Rayman Origins and Rayman Legends.

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What’s new in 1.4.2


We are glad to announce that WaveEngine 1.4.2 (Dolphin) is out! This release is full of interesting and useful features.


With TiledMap, develop 2D games in WaveEngine will not be the same anymore. Tiled maps have been used for a long time in games, now you can load and integrate TiledMap (.TMX) files, created by Tiled Map Editor (http://www.mapeditor.org/), the most popular map editor based in tiles.  With Tiled, you can easily design your 2D map levels and run in WaveEngine like a charm.

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New Transform2D & Transform3D

The Transform components are used to store the Entity position, rotation and scale. In a 2D environment, Transform2D has more properties, such as Opacity, Rectangle, etc…
In WaveEngine 1.4 we have introduced a new Transform2D and Transform3D implementation, with great advantages:

  • Real Parent/Child transform hierarchy.
  • Local / Global position, rotation and scale properties.
  • Apply 3D transforms to 2D entities.

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Camera 2D


One of the major improvements in 2D games using Wave Engine is the new Camera 2D feature.

With a Camera 2D, you can pan, zoom and rotate the display area of the 2D world. So now making a 2D game with a large scene is straightforward.

Some key features:

  • FixedCamera, FreeCamera decorators.
  • Pan, zoom and rotate the camera 2D.
  • Change the camera projection between orthogonal and perspective.
  • Parallax Scrolling

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What’s new in 1.4


We are glad to announce that WaveEngine 1.4 (Dolphin) is out! This is probably our biggest release until now, with a lot of new features.

New Demo

Alongside with the 1.4 Release of Wave Engine, we have published in our GitHub repository a new sample to show all the features included in this new version.
In this sample you play Yurei, a little ghost character that slides through a dense forest and a haunted house.

Some key features:

  • The new Camera 2D is crucial to follow the little ghost across the way.
  • Parallax scrolling effect done automatically with the Camera2D perspective projection.
  • Animated 2D model using Spine model with FFD transforms.
  • Image Effects to change the look and feel of the scene to make it scarier.

The source code of this sample is available in our GitHub sample repository

Binary version for Windows PC, Here.

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New Image Effect library


This new library in WaveEngine comes with more than 20 image effects implemented as camera lenses.

All lenses have been optimized to work in real time on mobile devices.

To give easy access to new image effects lens, you will find all of them in the ImageEffects static class.

With one line of code you can add one of these new lenses to the game camera (2D or 3D), multiple lenses is allowed for the same camera instance.

Here is the complete source code of WaveEngine library.

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