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#Actualfrazchaudhry

Posted 23 April 2013 - 12:18 AM

One, personal appeal is that i don't like to install games from untrusted sources.

Id much rather just download a zip or smt, scan, unzip, play.

I wish you luck, when someone reviews your game!

 

About the code:

It is nice to read(on the eyes), and mostly its nicely structured.

A good syntax you have there, makes it so easy to skim true the code and end up where the searcher wants to be.

From first .h and .cpp file i already knew how you structure the code.

 

Also i would like a project file much more then a whole post of files...

There is a reason why writing code is happening in IDE instead of a regular text editor.

Thanks for the feedback. I have now replaced the executable with a .rar file. If I post a project file then people who do not have visual c++ express will probably not be able to view the code or they'll have to go through the process of installing it, and I do not want to force people to do that. But you're right if this was a bigger game than breakout then this really is a problem. For next time I'll probably put the code up on github and link to it so people can easily see it without any hassle. I appreciate you taking the time to view the code though. Thanks


#1frazchaudhry

Posted 22 April 2013 - 11:58 PM

One, personal appeal is that i don't like to install games from untrusted sources.

Id much rather just download a zip or smt, scan, unzip, play.

I wish you luck, when someone reviews your game!

 

About the code:

It is nice to read(on the eyes), and mostly its nicely structured.

A good syntax you have there, makes it so easy to skim true the code and end up where the searcher wants to be.

From first .h and .cpp file i already knew how you structure the code.

 

Also i would like a project file much more then a whole post of files...

There is a reason why writing code is happening in IDE instead of a regular text editor.

Thanks for the feedback. I'll replace the executable with a .zip file, although I can assure you the file is clean. If I post a project file then people who do not have visual c++ express will probably not be able to view the code or they'll have to go through the process of installing it, and I do not want to force people to do that. But you're right if this was a bigger game than breakout then this really is a problem. For next time I'll probably put the code up on github and link to it so people can easily see it without any hassle. I appreciate you taking the time to view the code though. Thanks


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