Quote:Original post by robinei What's the point? Are you programming for a 386? This was the funniest thing Ive read all day! Why would he have to code on a 386 because he's coding in ASM? For your information Athlons and P4's still benefit from hand written assembly optimizations just as much as a 386 did, you just have to know how and where to use it. This of course does not apply if all you are doing is letting a 3D Api render models for you, but this is of course cheating ;) to Njkt - If you are comfortable with ASM, just look at all the tile based tutorials out there for C/C++ and convert to ASM yourself. Should be fun, good luck!