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Clone of pong written in c++ with SDL lib

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Hey lads, myself and a friend of mine have written a pong in c++ using an excellant SDL library. We are a 2 year Software development students and thought it would be a great experience to do a project outside college. There are many things to be done though, but i thought it would be great to have somebody to look at the game and code, and maybe leave a comment. The game and code is here: http://gamedev.ecad.org/wiki/SDL_Pong Thanks

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Hey lads, myself and a friend of mine have written a pong in c++ using an excellant SDL library. We are a 2 year Software development students and thought it would be a great experience to do a project outside college. There are many things to be done though, but i thought it would be great to have somebody to look at the game and code, and maybe leave a comment.
The game and code is here: http://gamedev.ecad.org/wiki/SDL_Pong

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Good job.
I played few minutes yesterday , and i think its really nice

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Hey lads, myself and a friend of mine have written a pong in c++ using an excellant SDL library. We are a 2 year Software development students and thought it would be a great experience to do a project outside college. There are many things to be done though, but i thought it would be great to have somebody to look at the game and code, and maybe leave a comment.
The game and code is here: http://gamedev.ecad.org/wiki/SDL_Pong

Thanks


Good job.
I played few minutes yesterday , and i think its really nice


thanks for the comment luxm, hopefully soon enough there will be a multiplayer with networking

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