hi in school we have been set a homework task of making a game with a few simple programs!
Our teacher asked us to team up and make a game 
lol just like that
we have one month and we have sketched out some plans backgrounds ideas etc
please help as we have plans but no clue what to do them with:cheesy:
hi in school we have been set a homework task of making a game with a few simple programs!
Our teacher asked us to team up and make a game 
lol just like that
we have one month and we have sketched out some plans backgrounds ideas etc
please help as we have plans but no clue what to do them with:cheesy:

In this forum, we do not do homework to people who do not show effort. Saying you have put in effort is one thing....proving it is another. I'm not saying you're asking for the answer per se, however it does seem you are looking for an easy way out. I would suggest for you to post what you have...and then someone (possibly myself) will give you the necessary HELP. I have made several small-scale games in my programming years, including pong(MASM), a version of duck-hunt(JAVA), homerun derby(VB6), and a casino (which included blackjack, craps, and horseracing in VB6). Those are just ideas, however if you need help in the code of your program, showing effort cannot hurt.

Regards,

Tyler S. Breton

Hello. I have been programming in Java for a while, but not much with games. You could try a book on Java game programing (like Java Game Programming for Dummies) or, there's always *Google*.

I can't you much there.

I need help witch making an offline game i'm making it with blue fang and microsoft co-op. Can you help me. :surprised

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