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Checkers and "October's End"

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Hello everyone, I've just uploaded my rendition of the classic board game, checkers, to my site. Along with the option of playing against the computer, it has several multiplayer* modes (jump your own, freewill, and normal), some of which give a new twist to the old game. I was thinking about abandoning the project altogether because it was poorly written. In the end, however, I decided to add a title screen and a victory screen, so I could put it on the net. I didn't realize how much fun it was until I stepped away from it for a few months. Now, I'm having a blast. In addition to the game, I've recorded a new improvisation, which I call, "October's End". It's actually been a while since I've played guitar, but I think it's good to step away every now and then. My creativity seems to have improved. Please check them out. The URL of my site is: http://www.angelfire.com/music6/anothrguitarist/index.html P.S. If you like my version of checkers, you may also like my game called, "Falling Blocks": Image Hosted by ImageShack.us TAG this image *In this case, multiplayer is two people on one machine. [Edited by - anothrguitarist on October 29, 2007 2:07:10 AM]

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