This site features news and archives for users of Blitz Research programming tools.
Monkey2 is currently in development. Using a community funding model, Blitz Research's next generation basic environment retains human readable traits of it's ancestors with optional power programming features such as templates and futures. Already a proliferation of editors and tools created by the Monkey2 community demonstrate the versatile and elegant style of this exciting new language.
Monkey2 offers a migration path for the original Blitz BASIC user with traditional lightning fast graphics and friendly syntax. Alpha versions of Mojo3D indicates Blitz3D users can finally plan for migration to locations with shadows and shaders.
A huge thankyou for all early adopters and patrons for their efforts and patience and generosity.
Cerberus X is the new home for the original Monkey-X product with a new support team and a new web site.
BlitzMax for desktop developers of all shapes and sizes is now free.
Blitz3D the legendary language of champions is now free.
Blitz2 for Amiga is now free including original Devpac source files.