Sadly, the joy ended once I started to work on Stompy again. You see, Stompy has a tendency to crash whenever anything that resembles a new feature is added. Case and point, yesterday, I tried to add a new enemy to the game. I added all the new enemy code and the new image data, just like I did with the two other enemies. The game immedietly crashed when I tried to play it. I ran Dev-C++'s debugger to see what the problem was. It said that an access violation had taken place. The compiler then pointed to this line of code:
This is the function that handles the timer for explosions. After an hour of debugging, and trying to find what exactly was wrong, I deleted the new enemy code.
Defeated, I went and watched Law&Order, and didn't work on it for the rest of the night. Or did I (dun, dun, DUN)...?