has posted an update to SilverCreator, their free game development engine for Mac OS X and Classic Mac OS. The new version, 1.1, is ready for download from their Web site.
With SilverCreator, users from Mac OS 7.6 on up can create their own games using their own custom graphics and text. The software enables you to compile your game into a stand-alone application. It uses an event-based scripting language, and supports QuickTime, sprites and more. Multiplayer support over the Internet is also supported.
The new version adds features like a redesigned sound manager, sprite editor and prompt window, better memory management, new scripting commands, and more. It also fixes 38 bugs, according to the developers.