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Hi. I am in the process of writing lots of utility code and base classes for Java2D. My old harddrive fried some time ago, so I had to rewrite some stuff. Hopefully now it is better written as well. The intention with writing it is, of course, to make implementation of basic games alot faster and more enjoyable, without taking away flexibility. With that, I wrote a basic tetris clone based on this code, as a proof of concept to myself that it works like I intended. However, I am confined to testing it on my laptop. It would be nice to see if it will run (and run properly) on other systems as well. I am sure there are tons of bugs that just doesn't occur on my specific system. So, I am wondering if anyone here is capable of hosting the tetris clone online temporarely? Hopefully in that time, at least a couple of people will try it and tell me what works and doesn't work. I am asking here in the java forum because it would be nice with someone who knows what a jar and java web start is. Needless to say, once my utility library (or framework? Or blend? Who knows..), is nearing completion, it will all be open sourced and go back to the community.

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Hey.

Thanks for the link, will check it out :)

And yea, I know there is stuff out there already, but I kind of enjoy writing this kind of stuff.

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