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Bennu, a Fenix fork from Fenix 0.93, is an interpreted programming language aimed at making games. It is designed in such a way, the graphical, sound and threading systems are easier to use, which makes Bennu a powerful language, not only for beginners, but also for experienced programmers.
Bennu uses SDL for many of the basic functionality. Because of this, Bennu is highly portable to other operating systems than Windows: Linux, BeOS, MacOS, even consoles and handhelds like Dreamcast and GP2x. This makes it much fun to code in Bennu: the game can be played on your console!
The future goals of Bennu will be to make the core system more modular. This way developers can focus on enhancing that inner core, while outsourcing secondary systems like sound and graphics.