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Theodore Fuhringer

My first game in C++ and my first website!

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Hello there, After 6 weeks of face-melting studying and brain-drilling exercises, I have finally completed my first ever game in C++. It is a very simple (but quite challenging) take on the old Selchow & Richter PnP game called "Jotto". I have also made my very first webpage (by myself... the old template thingy I tried once doesn't count) and you can find it, and the "Jotto" download here... Orgull's Keep Any comments or criticisms are welcome, and thanks for all the support! [Edited by - Theodore Fuhringer on September 12, 2005 10:48:52 AM]

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You may want to post some screenshots of the game, for those of us who just want to look at pretty pictures :)

To make a link, just use HTML. (beaten)

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2nd question: I didn't know you couldn't use PrintScreen. There are some free screen capture programs online if that doesn't work

1st question: < a href="URL"> this is a link < /a > (remove the spaces)

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Don't feel bad, I still don't know why some web addresses start with www2 or www3 like yours does, so you're ahead of me :)

[Edited by - Drakkcon on September 12, 2005 11:08:29 AM]

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Got "board" in 21 tries, that any good? [grin]
Nice little game. You could add an option of restarting or quitting the game after winning.

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