Does anyone know about this multi-platform programming language? This is what I know already: It is made by the same people that made Blitz3D It works on Windows, Mac and Linux ..and that's pretty much it. After moving to OS X I e-mailed the maker of the game CS2D (a 2D top-down version of CounterStrike which is free and quite a laugh) asking if there was any plan for a Mac version, and he said he was thinking of porting it to BlitzPLUS from Blitz3D if he ever got around to purchasing BlitzPLUS. And now I'm thinking of doing that myself, because it is quite a good game and the original version is open-source. However, I'm not sure how similar these two languages are. I was thinking I could just copy-paste from one program to another and modify the new one to fit in with the new syntax (I understand it would be harder than that, but that's the basic idea). Is it that simple? And is it worth getting BlitzPLUS or just making games in C++ or Python?