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C++ Breakout
Author: Pixalatio Submitted: 19th June, 2004 Favourites:0
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First things first, the screenshot is a little wrong due to pallette conflictions, nothing i can do about that, sorry.

Next: this is not made in MMF so dont laugh at it being pathetic, cos i'll be annoyed. This was coded over two days in Dev-Cpp, using the graphics library Allegro. Its pretty much the same as every other breakout game you have ever played with one exception, I made it ;P!! Also, my apologies for the filesize, but i doubt that many of you have the required allegro .dll, so i put it in as well, and it makes up for nearly 900k of the filesize. This is only the second Allegro game I have made so be nice, and tell me of any bugs you find and say your highscore if you want.

Enjoy!

Note: Thanks Burkey for helping me out

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http://www.pixalatio.exxtremeuk.co.uk/DPE/breakout.zip (0.98mb )



Posted by Stephen [NeonairGames] 20th June, 2004

Awesome! Never heard of Allegro. Where can I dl it?
 
Posted by Kris 20th June, 2004

www.allegro.cc Nice! especially for one of your first games
 
Posted by Galaxy613 21st June, 2004

can you help me get it to work? before this I've tryed three times with Dev-CPP, and NO WORKIE! agh..
 
Posted by Stephen [NeonairGames] 21st June, 2004

Arg... It would be a lot easier if Allegro would just let us download the stuff without having to sign up to a SPAM email list.
 
Posted by Kris 21st June, 2004

it does. http://www.allegro.cc/files/index.html
 
Posted by Retired Kliker Lazarus 21st June, 2004

I'm still getting Spammed! :P Curse you Spam! Anyway, not bad, a bit simple, though. Nice work! :)
 
Posted by Stephen [NeonairGames] 22nd June, 2004

Didn't see that on the site. In installation readme for Microsoft Visual C++7, it said that if the installer doesn't work, I'd need to put some files into the 'vc' folder manually. Where's the "'vc' folder"?
 
Posted by Kris 22nd June, 2004

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\VC98
 
Posted by Stephen [NeonairGames] 22nd June, 2004

I have a feeling that the "Microsoft Visual C++ 7" in the "binary" section on that page wasn't the actual compiler....
 
Posted by Pixalatio 24th June, 2004

CKARL: if you want help, dc mail me, im definetaley not an expert (hah!) but at least i know where to start
 

 



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