by captaincomic (Updated on 2014-08-03)

Stencyl is proudly built on top of a myriad of open-source libraries as well as several proprietary 3rd party libraries. In accordance with their license agreements, we're crediting each project. If you have any questions about the information on this page, please contact us.


MIT Scratch

The building blocks concept in Stencyl's Design Mode is based on Scratch software from the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab (http://scratch.mit.edu).

We did not derive our implementation from Scratch. We adopted the idea alone and expanded upon it. We obtained permission to adopt the Scratch approach from Professor Mitchel Resnick back in 2008.


Toolset Dependencies


Engine Dependencies (Flash) - Applies to 2.0 and below


Engine Dependencies (Haxe) - Applies to 3.0 and above


Graphics and Non-Code Assets


Engine Dependencies (iOS) - Applies to 2.0 and below


Disclaimer: All articles are geared towards Stencyl 3.0 and above. Use comments to provide feedback and point out issues with the article (typo, wrong info, etc.). If you're seeking help for your game, please ask a question on the forums. Thanks!

1 Comment

I used to Be in Scratch.:)
0 1 year, 8 months ago

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