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Im new to programming and Ive finished my first ever game in C++ and Allegro. Ive been programming about 3 weeks (obviosly not just on this game) so dont be to harsh in what you say please. I would like some feedback if possible, thanks alot. Copy\paste into browser http://arcaneillusions.0catch.com/games/AI%20-%20Tic%20Tac%20Toe.zip Thanks Tomoso

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Hey-

When i press a button on the keypad grid, the games registers where the mark is on screen, then crashes out. I don''t know if it only does that with o''s because i haven''t gotten that far.

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Great job! I am not familiar enough with DOS programming to do half of the stuff you did, but I think it''s right cool. It works fine for me, but there are a few things that could use polishing. The only problem I see is that when it''s a tie game, it should acnowledge it, rather than requesting X to move. Some AI might be nice, rather than forcing two players, but of course that would be a fair amount of work. I once thought about making a single player Tic Tac Toe game, but backed out when thinking about the AI...

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