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SEGS - Super Entity Game Server

SEGS is the Super Entity Game Server. It is a free, open source (under the terms of the BSD License), cross-platform, and object-oriented suite of protocols and services designed to interface with popular super hero themed MMORPG clients. SEGS is written in C++ and facilitates common MMORPG functionality such as account and character storage to a database, account and character retrieval from a database, secure client authentication, client movement in a virtual world, and client chat.

Details on Powers Tray in SEGS

July 26, 2018, 6:21 am

When I went into the discord chat to get caught up on the previous night's activities for the group, This picture was posted by one of the developers, Broxen. He's been working on the Interpolation project for the server for a while now. He said he was getting a little burnt on it, so he decided t...

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Over on the City of Heroes subreddit, user BoldArch shared what City of Heroes means to him and thanked the SEGS group for the work we're doing on the project. It was such a cool story, I felt it should be shared.

Head over to the SEGS Forum to read more..

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The SEGS Group is proud to announce the release of SEGS v0.5.0, "The UnSilencer"

Version 0.5.0 Binary, and Source

This is our second release and we feel great about bringing this to the community. Since the release of v0.4.2, we have gotten a lot of messages thanking us and encouraging us to k...

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A Quick Look at the SEGS Admin GUI

May 26, 2018, 4:48 am

The SEGS Admin user interface has greatly evolved in a very short amount of time. It's gone from a simple status display with an on and off button, to a full fledge administration application. Check out this video to see some of the new features.

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SEGS Extra: Making a Mac App

May 16, 2018, 6:57 pm

If you're a Mac OS user, and you want to have a desktop app of the SEGSAdmin application, here is a quick and easy way to do it.

And here is the bash script to do it: (remove the "." in front of the hash mark. It's only added because of fornatting)

.#!/usr/bin/env bash


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