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MasterX SDK Tutorials


Submitted on: 6/18/2002 11:53:55 PM
By: Jared Bruni  
Level: Beginner
User Rating: By 23 Users
Compatibility:Microsoft Visual C++

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     MasterX SDK Tutorials, goes through from beginging with MasterX, to graphics, to sound, to input, to creating a 2D particle engine.

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6/19/2002 11:57:12 AM:Kyle LaDuke
the particle engine is pretty fast and sort of 'trippy' even. (NOTE: trippy is a good thing if you dont understand the term) I do have one thing I dislike though.. you host everything on your own site.. if yoursite goes down ever so do these file that you've got hosted and then these links would mean nothing to us all. Just something I thought you show know how I feel about.. but the code itself, pretty nice and cleanly written man .. good job
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6/20/2002 12:40:08 AM:SickCoder
sweet :)
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6/22/2002 11:00:36 PM:Jeremy
rock on :p
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