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The 20 Line Challenge / 3D Breakout

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andrew11
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Posted: 30th Mar 2003 00:36 Edited at: 3rd Apr 2003 01:30
3D Breakout. I think it's for DBP only because of the huge line.



Use mouse and/or keys to control paddle, left mouse click + mouse move to move camera, and right mouse click to center camera.


A compiled version can be downloaded here:

http://www.geocities.com/andrew11m/down.htm

"All programmers are playwrights and all computers are lousy actors." -Anon.
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Hamish McHaggis
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Posted: 30th Mar 2003 14:20
Did you not code it then? Is that what it's called - Breakout. Its kind of like my game, I like it! The compliled version is quite fast and there is a bug where the ball suddenly shoots out from the top at a very steep angle.

Why the hell'd you ask me for crying out loud!?!
Hamish McHaggis
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Posted: 30th Mar 2003 14:36
Here it is quickly adapted for DBC...



Why the hell'd you ask me for crying out loud!?!
andrew11
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Posted: 30th Mar 2003 17:47
Quote: "Did you not code it then? "


I'm not sure what you mean. Do you mean, did I invent it? No

Yes its called breakout. You've never heard of it? It played it when I was younger at restraunt video game machines. It was also for Atari 2600 and 5400.

"All programmers are playwrights and all computers are lousy actors." -Anon.

<--- Ouch, my head!
Hamish McHaggis
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Posted: 30th Mar 2003 18:18 Edited at: 30th Mar 2003 18:19
Sorry, I'm not old enough to remember it. I have seen games like it and I just didn't know that the original was called that.

Quote: "I think it's for DBP only because of the huge line."


Sorry, I just realised what you meant, you didn't know if it'd work for dbc, not you didn't know whether it was for dbp or dbc.

Good job!

Why the hell'd you ask me for crying out loud!?!
andrew11
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Posted: 30th Mar 2003 18:28 Edited at: 30th Mar 2003 18:29
Quote: "Sorry, I'm not old enough to remember it. "


Not old enough? I'm 2 years younger than you.

"All programmers are playwrights and all computers are lousy actors." -Anon.

<--- Ouch, my head!
Hamish McHaggis
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Posted: 30th Mar 2003 19:16 Edited at: 30th Mar 2003 19:16
Oh yeah! I never used to play arcade machines in restaurants, my parents wouldn't give me any money . The earliest console I had was a sega master system (the original one which was square with red chequered pattern on it). I never had an atari, although my friend did (and still does) have a commadore 64. It was pretty crap as the games took about 10 minutes to read from the tape cassettes and you had to wind them on to find the games, which was hard without a counter!

Why the hell'd you ask me for crying out loud!?!

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