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Demo/Source of Marco Monster's Car physics tutorial

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I'm afraid that [url]http://home.planet.nl/~monstrous[/url] seems to be down. I saved the tutorial in my hd last year. But don't have the demo & source. Anyone has it please?

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Hi, could you send me at least the tutorial? I would be very handy for me.
(cos the link is broken)

E-mail it or post here, please.

hardwire@redboss.cz

Thanks.

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Hello,

I've uploaded this temporarily for you, might be worth while someone putting this on a proper page along with the tutorial because it was quite helpful (and the site has been down for quite some time).

Download Here.

I've setup a solution and everything required to compile it under Visual Studio.net 2003.




Richard.

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Hello,

I've uploaded this temporarily for you, might be worth while someone putting this on a proper page along with the tutorial because it was quite helpful (and the site has been down for quite some time).

Download Here.

I've setup a solution and everything required to compile it under Visual Studio.net 2003.


Richard.


Ah thanks....but do you have the tutorial, too?

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At times like these, you'll find the WayBack Machine very helpful:
http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://home.planet.nl/~monstrous

Mmmmmmm, archived Internet.

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At times like these, you'll find the WayBack Machine very helpful:
http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://home.planet.nl/~monstrous

Mmmmmmm, archived Internet.


Thank you:)

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