OpenFL is great. It's the engine behind rymdkapsel and BAFTA winner Papers, Please, as well as many other games, including my own Don't Move. OpenFL, via the cross-platform power of...
I have a bit of an obsession with high-quality logos. Ever since I found out how easy it was to work with pure SVGs, I’ve been using a combination of Inkscape, Notepad++, and Peter Collingridge’s SVG Editor to create detailed, high-quality icons for various projects. Each of the images below is a PNG, but you can click to view or download the SVG of each one. If you feel your logo has been used inappropriately, feel free to contact me and I’ll work to resolve the issue promptly.
Unless otherwise noted, all SVGs use mostly path objects and have minimal metadata content, resulting in very small files. However, I did leave some whitespace in the files for readability.
Please note that I do not claim to have any right to these images, and they are placed here for your own personal use only! In some cases, I based my work off existing SVG files (the Haxe logo only required a few tweaks), but for others, I created the entire image based on much lower-quality PNGs and JPGs.
As I create new SVGs, I’ll update this post. Enjoy!
FlashDevelop (No Gradient)
FlashDevelop (With Gradient)
OpenFL (Old Logo)
OpenFL (New Logo)
ItchIO (No Gradients)
Apple App Store
(This isn’t the current logo for Neko VM, but rather a concept for a change that would bring it in line with the Haxe logo.)
Thanks for checking out this post; if you have a request, let me know in the comments!