FYI: I am not asking for anyone to do any work for me. I'm taking a class on Unreal Development Kit and I'm having a problem with differences in versions of the kit. The book we're using for the class has tutorials and code for an older version of UDK than what I have found. Unfortunately, the book doesn't mention anything about which version it was written with/for and the differences are fairly extreme. I have d/l'ed all the video tutorials from the [URL="http://udn.epicgames.com/Main/WebHome.html"]UDN[/URL] website but there are a ton of them. I'd like to find something that simply described …

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Hello all...first-time poster here, and I was wondering if any of you fine folk can help me out with what is surely a simple task, but something very confusing for someone just starting off with Java. In a nutshell, I am creating a simple mobile game where a user is directed to tap on randomly flashing squares (through their touch screen), thus earning a score with each successful tap of a generated square. The GUI of the game itself is very barebones, with 2 options on the bottom of the screen, which are "Exit" and "Stop". What I am stuck …

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So I'm trying to make my own version of Pokemon simulator and this is what i have so far.. [CODE] /* Pokemon.cpp */ #include <iostream> #include <vector> using namespace std; void battle( int enemyHealth, int Health, int enemyAttack, int Attack, vector <string> &att, vector <string> &enmAtt ); int main() { cout << "Pikachu! I choose you!" << endl; int enemyHealth = 100; int Health = 100; int enemyAttack; int Attack; vector <string> att(4);//your attacks att[0] = "ThunderShock"; att[1] = "ThunderWave"; att[2] = "Agility"; att[3] = "Quick Attack"; cout << endl; cout << "Your attacks:" << endl; cout << endl; //output …

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Well, first of all i already know some things about c++ programming, but i'm really aiming to video game programming. Until today, i used to compile my codes on WxDevC++, but isn't really that good, and people keeps telling me that Microsoft visual studio is good for game developing. But also I've heard that MVS is really crap so i'd like to know your opinion. Thanks

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So for this assignment we have to inherit from the base class 'Game' I think I have with my version named 'ChildGame' I would like help with checking the syntax of my function calls from main() [CODE] /*************************************************************************************** Programmer: C.Backlund Program: TicTacToe_1.cpp Purpose: A tic tac toe game Date Created: May 2010 Notes & Acknowledgements: Inherieted class created by cpolen. ****************************************************************************************/ //headers (if not already included in parent class) /**************************************************************************************** //parent class by cpolen //DO NOT TOUCH @ ALL ****************************************************************************************/ #include <iostream> #include <stdlib.h> #include <string> using namespace std; const int MAX = 3; class Game { protected: char Board[MAX][MAX]; …

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i know it is a lot to read..... and i have different variables to compare win - the gameboard play itself and an undeclared plr, i did that because i'm not sure what and how it should be used there (so i expected those errors), b4 i added in the checkWin() the board displayed and user entered a col - n nothing else happnd....im in a very bad state... any suggestions as to what i should use or an example of what i can use with my version, wud be appreciated PS~ im not THAT gud @ c++ so laymans …

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The computer games industry gained rising popularity in recent years. There is however only a small number of studies about how game developing companies cope with changing requirements and interest groups, increasing team sizes and hardware and software enhancements. Currently there is a study to examine software development practices relating to their agility. In connection with the study there is a questionnaire that aims to find results on how teams from game developing companies perform their software processes. The questionnaire can be found under the following link: [url]http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/9PK386L[/url] Every participation is highly appreciated. Every participant can get the results of …

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Hi. I have for a while wanted to know how to make games. Please could someone say what is a good [B]free[/B] programming language/software to use. i am not a begginer as i know quite a bit of vb.net, HTML, css and a small amount of other laguages like python, Java and some of the visual languges. Also if you can name a tutorial as well i will be very grateful.

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