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Sorry folks -- my THIRD webpage in a row has been deleted on me. I'm currently looking to make the files available again...please bear with me and check back in this topic for the new location. Teej Edited by - Teej on August 2, 2001 12:00:35 PM
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For now get the stuff at:

http://www.sfu.ca/~dbrokens/index.html

Ible was nice enough to mirror it for us! Thanks Ible!! ^_^
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hey teej, I like what your makeing here. You can use a subdomain of my server if you want. My adress is www.mgestudios.com might be down right now, gotta change the config file :-/ it would be ftp up and http down...

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well ive added the basecode files to my site the url is
http://homepages.about.com/jmd7869/prog.html
the site is still under construction so not all the links work
but the ones to the basecode files do have fun people
thanks for this great tutorial teej
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Keep up the good work you guys, I''m loving these tutorials.


"Where genius ends, madness begins."
Estauns
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Does anyone have the tut files? They are not at any of the previous posts locations.
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Teej,

Your Game Programing Tutorials, though I have only read 20 pages, are wondful. The suble humor and refreshing writing style imerses me into the tutorial making it far easier to learn than most reads. Anyway, what I want to say is that you should compile(ha ha) it all together revise a litlle and I am sure any publisher would take it. Make a book! Even though they are on thnet
Isure people would love to own them all in one volume. You don''t even have to add physics, AI, etc., because this would be the best "Game Programing from
the ground up" book ever. Maby some 3D thoguh. That is much without physics and AI, however. Why am I telling you what to do your the genius. Anyway, it would amke a great book and I would buy it.
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Could anyone send me the tut files or sommin, or tell me a link that works? All the ones dont seem to =(

If ya could, send ''dem to slackhamfish@hotmail.com
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the tuts hath disapeareth :-(..I''d be willing to mirror them..but umm can''t even get them heh.


~Aselus
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I would need the tutorials too! If anyone has them, please send them to my e-mail ( mitjal@volja.net ).Thanks!
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i could really use those tutorials, if anyone has em please email em to me at gudapa@attbi.com

Thanks

¤¤¤--When you lose your power to laugh, you lose your power to think--¤¤¤
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I also have ample server space and 1000KB/s DSL connection so plenty of bandwidth. if you want me to host them email the email in my profile and i''ll hook you up with the ftp info to make it live.

-me
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Why doesn''t gamedev just host them for you? Have you tried to get them to give you a few pages and some file space since this becoming so popular?
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Hey! If someone can send me the tutorial files, I would be really happy! My e-mail is gryc@rogers.com I can also help find a host for you...
-Voytek
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If any one can direct me to the files it would be greatly appreciated(sorry I can''t spell) or email them to me
mis_blmage@yahoo.com
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If anyone still have the files, can you send them to me on yezperr@hotmail.com or catch me on ICQ# 28010950
Or just drop me a line telling me where to find them...
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Hi, i noticed that you have had some probs with your webserver and hosting the tutorials, i provide free web hosting, 100mb space, free anyname virtual domain and secure ftp access.


And, btw, could someone let me know where the tutorials are please.
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Thanks everyone, I got them now

If you send me any more emails, Hotmail will probably delete me or something... (Damn them and their 2mb limit...)

Impressive how quick response I got though... Once again, thanks! Now I just need to find time to work my way through them...
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*Sigh* it seems impossible to find the tuts. Anybody mind telling me where to find them or email them to me at sourcream_n_chivers@hotmail.com? Thanks
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