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A DirectX Car Game

Submitted on: 3/1/2001 8:18:09 PM
By: TeknikForce  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 9 Users
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     This is a DirectX car game made in VB. I used Objects in this one so it should help some people. It's not very interesting but demonstrates a good way to make an OO Game. Hope you like this.
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3/1/2001 11:15:17 PMDaz

I don't know who voted this 'poor' but it's certainly not THAT bad.
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3/2/2001 5:39:16 PMArtem

Great job, Cyril. This is EXACTLY what was I looking for loooong time. Excellent
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3/3/2001 2:55:10 AMsynaptor

Kewl! ;-)
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8/18/2001 3:51:18 PMKevin

for some reason when i use DirectX it gives me an error
"OLE Type Not Supported"
and highlight this type
i have VB4

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4/12/2004 1:38:23 PM-BDM-

It gives no errors here, everything works fine. I like the use of classes, because it keeps everything clean. I'm new into directx and I think this is a great example for beginners.
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10/28/2005 8:58:36 AM

Best example I have seen so far. Very very nicely done with the classes, looks very clean. Thanks you for this! :D
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6/14/2006 5:58:18 AMTimo

Nice tutorial how to use DirectX. Its simple and quick.
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6/14/2006 11:48:20 AMTariq

Its really a very good work.. A Very good example.. Thanks
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