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Platformer Tutorial

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Well with the end of my last project comming to an end, I thought I might actually follow through with a tutorial along with my new project. For anyone interested heres the site. I plan to keep it updated atleast every other day. It won't be like all those other tutorials though, I won't spend weeks on showing how to create a window and get DirectX running, in fact I won't be going over any of that. It'll purely be hard-core game coding. hope y'all enjoy it.

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This actually sounds really great for me. I've been out of my coding state of life for a while and something like this would be a great refresher for me. Thanks for this. I can't wait to see how well it goes.

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Nice job so far... the map and camera elements will be of the most interesting to me. I'll be following your progress

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