Interesting hack. I did not know that you could alter variables mid-execution by entering into the status bar.
What you'll find out real quick is that Eric is a big hack.
You know there was this one site that had games like Joust etc, which were identical to the real game, but I know it was a well known site, by a company that probably had the rights to those games. They were pretty cool.
Ok, Are you looking for a complex or simple game to write. And what about those copyrights? If you like complex there is a board game called "Acquire" which is really cool. It is about a 9/16 grid, with tiles for each place, you place the tiles one at a time. Adjoining tiles create Hotel chains, which you can then buy stock. When two hotel chains collide, then a merger occurs, and the person with the most shares of stock gets a bonus. It is a really cool and fun game, but also a time consuming game. At least an hour.
Ok for simple, which Jess would love to see, is the card game "Sets"
I was actually thinking of doing King's Court (super checkers) which would require a big time AI for me.
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There used to be a library out there, but the site no longer exists...
Basically it is a bunch of OO function that make it easier to move and detect collisions and such...
I might work on that.... I have no clue... lol
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com