.NET Framework

Software entity

Uses the .NET Framework or its open-source implementation, Mono. Usually seen in use with C# programming language, but this is not mandatory.


Alternate names: Mono Project
Name variations: dotNet

The first video game about .NET Framework was released on September 2003.

Electronic Arts, Cellar Door Games and Kalypso Media Digital has published most of these games

Some .NET games may experience crashes or other smaller quirks after CPU change. To fix this on Windows platforms, locate the related `ngen.exe´ file(s) on the OS drive and run them with `update´ command-line option. This will cause the .NET assemblies to be recompiled where necessary and possibly resolve crashes caused by optimizations for the old CPU that are incompatible with the new CPU.

There's also a cleanup tool for it: blogs.msdn.com/b/astebner/archive/2008/08/28/8904493.aspx (go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=121918)
* C# language
* C++/CLI
* Managed C++ (deprecated)

Parent group

Programming libraries

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Windows 95
Linux 20
X360 7
Mac OS X 7
PS3 4
PS4 1
PS Vita 1
Solaris 1

By year

0203040506070809101112131415161718 28714210 ABCDE
A2002 - .NET 1.0 released
B2003 - .NET 1.1 released
C2006 - .NET 2.0 released
2006 - .NET 3.0 released
D2007 - .NET 3.5 released
E2010 - .NET 4.0 (final) released

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