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Offline GergisKhan

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« Posted 2003-09-06 01:54:03 »

Can't find my original demos when I wrote stuff a couple of years ago to learn programming.

Would really like to get hold of a newbie's version of Pong, PacMan, Asteroids, or what have you, that he or she wrote for the purpose of learning to write a game.  Comments and notes are greatly appreciated.

Usage: I'm writing articles in the Wiki and would LOVE to have a sample project like this to work with.  Any contributors will be suitably given credit in my articles... you may also co-write or edit my articles about your code if you wish.  

Thanks.

gK

"Go.  Teach them not to mess with us."
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Offline blahblahblahh

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2003-09-06 07:32:05 »

And I'd love any simple *networked* games with source-code.

In fact, if you've got a working game that isn't networked - but you'd like it to be - I'll help you make it networked multiplayer, if I can use it as an example in networking articles/tutorials.

At the moment, I'm using multiplayer tetris as an example - and giving sample code, even though I don't have a complete program. It would be *much* better if I could provide a downloadable copy of the complete (simple) game along with the article...All credit given, of course!

malloc will be first against the wall when the revolution comes...
Offline nlmueng

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2003-09-06 13:31:44 »

Heres a real simple networked game applet, was done in around 2000 in a class for school.  

http://www.nlmueng.com/networkgame.rar

nathan
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