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Offline RobAU78

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Java games rock!

« Posted 2003-12-15 14:10:45 »

Hey everyone,

I've been working on a space strategy game and have finally decided to make it a full-screen application. A question I have is, what is the best way to switch "screens"? For example, I want to have an introductory screen appear first, which then brings up another screen depending on which option the user selects ("New Game," "Load Game," etc.). Right now, I have these different screens as individual classes extending the JFrame class. Is this a good design, or should I do something else?

- Rob
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