Pixiland 1.2

Produce graphics on your Palm


  • Library of functions
  • Sound synthesis functions
  • Simple commands for rotation and resizing


  • Takes time to really get control of the tools

Not bad

There's often a fine line between science and creativity, as much as many people will tell you that the two can never go hand in hand. Pixiland is proof that the use of mathematics can help to produce wonderful design.

The programming language contains the basic functions for creating graphic demos with almost no effort.

With Pixiland, it's enough to edit a text document in order to produce an eye-catching abstract image.

Its functions allow you to load graphics, rotate and animate objects, synthesize and reproduce sounds, among other possibilities.

The application includes libraries with predefined functions, plus a number of documents to help you learn the commands and syntax of the language, and examples to help you understand it.

Although the scope of what you can create with Pixiland is pretty vast, you're creativity is ultimately constricted by your knowledge of the programming language.

Pixilang is a simple programming language for small graphics/sound applications. Created by Alex Zolotov (NightRadio) and Mik Razuvaev (Goglus) for non-programmers, demosceners and designers.

Pixilang programs keeps in a TXT-files, so you can edit it in any text-editor. Pixilang interpreter works on different operation systems (Windows, Linux, PalmOS) and distibuting under GNU GPL license.



Pixiland 1.2

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