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  • 26. Pythagoras, Firefighers and MathThe last and, in my oppinion, the coolest part of this tutorial is making our doggy splash water from his fire-hose. There are a lot of ways to do this… My first idea was to make him splash a stream of water in a horizontal line… But I wasn't sat...
  • 25. Bubble bathUp to now, we displayed the blocks as squares filled with color. From now on, we'll display little icon images instead. If you remember, we used rectangles to define the size, and the position for each field. And that suits us just fine! So, here's a...
  • 24. Preparing the show-offRight, before we add all that fancy graphics, we have to prepare our form first. We'll add some additional picture boxes to hold our images. Like the one to hold the firefighter dalmatian doggy, etc… So, add the controls, and modify their propertie...
  • 23. Graphics!
    on May 18, 2009 in download graphics design game
    So, we're finally here! You had enough time to design your own graphics. Hehe... I know, I know... Your dog ate the memory stick on wich you saved the files... :P Just kidding! Feel free to download the graphics i used for the game. Here's the link:L...
  • 22. Hall of fameThere's nothing better than prooving to everybody that you're the best! And you certanly can't do that if your score isn't saved. We are now going to make a high score list. For it to work, we'll need a file, that we'll write the scores into. The sco...
  • 22. Time for a coffe breakOk, we programmed almost everything that I wanted to see in our gameplay. But this tutorial is far from over. You remember the game screenshot from the first chapter? Our game doesn't look anything like that... In the next few chapters we'll add some...
  • 21. Time for a coffe breakOk, we programmed almost everything that I wanted to see in our gameplay. But this tutorial is far from over. You remember the game screenshot from the first chapter? Our game doesn't look anything like that... In the next few chapters we'll add some...
  • 12. DIY - Race panelTuning & car parts stores offer a wide range of similar panels, but I don't like them, because they're too flashy. That's why I decided to build my own. Here's how:What do you need?A piece of plastic or thin sheet metalYour buttons & switches...
  • 20. How about a raise?
    on Apr 24, 2009 in points level source code bonus
    To make things a little interesting, we'll give the player bonuses after he completes each level. I've thought of two bonuses: One that is awarded for empty columns, and one that is awarded on top, if there are no blocks left on the game field. To ca...
  • 19. How to get a promotion
    on Apr 22, 2009 in gameplay level source code label
    Almost all games have levels. As the player advances, the game becomes more and more difficult. We'll do just that. We'll speed up our gameplay from level to level, and add a new color to the blocks every three or four levels... That should spice thi...
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