Rubicon: Source

Here we go, Rubicon is now an open-source project; you can now download its code, art, and music from Rubicon’s repository over at Github.

To compile the code, you’re going to need the proprietary Blitzmax compiler. You have to buy a license to create distributable executables, but they also offer a free version that you can use to compile and run the code for yourself.

Please forgive the comments, for the nights were long and the puns were many.

By Wick Perry | © 2017 Wickworks
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