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some of my earliest (finished) games :)

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Heh here is one game that I am finally going to show up. The game was made about 4-5 years ago, using Pascal programming language. It is something similar to Scorched earth game. I made this game within 2 days :) , however I used allot of editors: paintman1 for map terrain, paintman3 for in-game graphics, weapons , level , tank , editors were created during game development. Game features: 1. 21 levels of total annihilation ! 2. Destructible terrain 3. 3 different tanks 4. 10 different weapons 5. Customisable AI level from dumb to very hard aka unbeatable 6. SAVE/LOAD support 7. Sound support, via PC speaker :)) 8. Weapons and armory shop 9. 16 colors :) Controls:

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to change angle of attack [Up] and [Down] To change thrust of explosion [s] or [n] to change current weapon (note) if you doesn't have this weapon installed then shot wouldn't do Here are some screen shots: And here is the game itself: ggame.zip Have fun. P.S. If you have problems running it, I may recommend using DosBox

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which christmas have you overslept? (sorry, i couldn't resist)

well, true the game looks like it was made ages ago in pascal. it didn't really work properly on my pc (i could hear the sounds but nothing was moving)

what i do realise you must have spend some time working out vectors and other calculations what isn't easy and always requires 100% of your brain.

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