HI,

My opinion is that good sounds are usually nice to have. Might also consider 
having the ability for the user to be able to adjust the sound if they 
desire.

Thanks.

Rich
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Thomas Ward" <thomasward1...@gmail.com>
Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2011 9:25 PM


Hi Everyone,

Over the last two/three days I have taken a little break from
Mysteries of the Ancients to update/revise  some of my small
cross-platform games such as USA Blackjack. I've successfully
converted the code from Python to C++, added some end user feature
suggestions, but there is one question I have left before I release
this bad boy to the public.


Basically, as it stands now USA Blackjack is just a text-based game. I
was wondering if you guys want me to do something like what Jim
Kitchen did by adding sounds such as shuffling cards, dealing cards,
intro music, etc. It would be fairly easy to do using something like
FMOD Ex which is Mac, Linux, and Windows compatible. Any thoughts?

Cheers!


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