Re: c++ and audiogames?

Absolutely. A game is just a series of mechanics or rules as set out by code, so almost any language will do. You will however likely need some 3rd party libraries to get the functionality you need, such as OpenAL or Libaudioverse for audio, DirectX for video and input, etc.

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