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What are the best Allegro tutorials?

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I've set up allegro in Dev C++. I want to learn how to make games with it. I eventually plan to make a 2D RPG. I klnow thats a long way off, so I'm not gonna get too excited with it. Also.. should I have a good understanding of classes before i start with graphics?

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http://www.allegro.cc/

start just reading tutorials, wiki's, help documentation, and allegro projects going around in that community.

if you need personal assistant with allegro I could surely help.

Forgot to tell you when you go to the site download the Allegro Manual.chm it basically has every possible idea, question, function, list goes on and on when it comes to working with Allegro. From installing it, to working with all the functions in Allegro, and what they mean.

IM: finch17@hotmail.com

Good Luck!

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There is a book called Game Programming All In One that teaches how to make 2D games using allegro. You can find it on Amazon here.

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There is a book called Game Programming All In One that teaches how to make 2D games using allegro. You can find it on Amazon here.

i second that! Realy helpful book. Be sure to get the 3rd edd.

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Before I buy it, Are there any negative thoughts on it that I should know about?

[Edited by - JSD31526 on October 1, 2007 4:51:19 PM]

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