Well, they are already accessible since I wrote them to play long before
I knew Audyssey existed. Though, since I am focusing mainly on MOTA it
might be a while before I get a chanse to work on these old games. I
want to basically do a line by line evaluation of the code, perhaps
rewrite some things that were not written correctly, and perhaps update
the code to meat current programming standards. I know just by looking
at the files that the code looks really old. Old as in out of date,and
using header files, libraries, etdc no longer in existance, or have
changed names, and so on.
Charles Rivard wrote:
I'm interested. Fact is, I know someone who has always been looking for
a computer program that will allow him to play checkers, and I know he
would be interested as well. If you go ahead and make these little
games accessible and available, keep us posted? Thanks.Thanks.
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