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AppGameKit/AppGameKit Studio Showcase / [Code snippet] Retro snake snacker. Here is the complete game code.

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Cliff Mellangard 3DEGS
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Location: Sweden
Posted: 2nd Jun 2012 11:11 Edited at: 2nd Jun 2012 11:32

The back story is that i wanted an nes 8 bit look that looked like an fake 3d game in the days
Its very easy to change the art to higher res ones.

This is tier 1 code that works with 1074.
It the version i have tested that it works on.

I didt even manage to get to a top three so its probably not good
( Darn you dvader )
But someone could learn from it?

I made the speed increase to be small for each coin it eats ,as it whas extremely hard anyway on an small screen each time the speed increased.

The license is very simple!
Use the code,media and sfx anyway you want.
Charge money for it make it an add game i dont mind.
The only rule is that you give me some credit for the parts you use.

I cant promise any help on the code or improvements.

Happy coding....

Edited................
Sorry i messed up and uploaded only the game exe.

Its fixed and the source is included here...

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Impetus73
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Posted: 2nd Jun 2012 12:08 Edited at: 2nd Jun 2012 12:09
Thank you Cliff! I'm sure I'll learn alot from your code!

I wish there were more code examples for AppGameKit online.

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AGK user - novice
Did Amiga / AMOS programming in the 90's, just started programming again with AGK.
Ancient Lady
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Posted: 2nd Jun 2012 19:16
Wonderful job Cliff!

I look forward to playing and seeing how you did things.

Thank you for sharing.

Cheers,
Ancient Lady
Cliff Mellangard 3DEGS
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Posted: 3rd Jun 2012 01:08
Quote: "Thank you Cliff! I'm sure I'll learn alot from your code! "
Quote: "Thank you for sharing."

Its fun to help when i can

I also noticed that my wraprotate function is slow and not neaded

I will see when i get time to upload an better version?

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