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Petar Titelski

Free DirectX game, free code for beginers

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"Turtle Shepard" is small freeware, open source, 3D game. You can download it from here. It is not using game engines and libraries, just plain DirectX/C++ coding. If you're beginner, you can find the code useful. What can you find in this source code? - How to handle keyboard and mouse events - How to change to/from FULLSCREEN mode - How to render transparent sprites and textures - How to use particles - How to play music, sounds, videos - How to load and render static models from x files - How to load and render and move animated skinned mesh x files - How to draw text on the screen - How to make skydome and moving clouds - How to load/save parameters from config file What you will NOT find in here: - How to use pixel/vertex shaders - How to work with directX 10 API - How to optimize your code - How to use game script - How to organize large scale game - No Collision detection - No Networking - No Multiplayer Have fun. www.mystic-peanut.com

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Interesting game, I would have never thought to pass the Windows message handler into the child classes. Makes using the Windows messages for keyboard and mouse input much easier.

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