UPDATE: Source and binary below.
The project is based on MuJS from @Artifex, the GRX graphics library and the sound code examples by @shdon. I developed everything with @code on Win10 using DJGPP and WSL to compile the actual code. Testing was done in DOSBox.
After some cleanup and documentation (and if @shdon is ok with it), they’ll publish the source under MIT license later this month on GitHub page github.com/SuperIlu(Update: Done)
It should be possible to create simple games and graphical applications with it. You get a 640x480x24 screen, mouse and keyboard events, the ability to load and use BMP and WAV files, you can use GRX fonts and FM sound works as well.
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