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    Very simple snake game

    Hello!

    I would like to share with you a two hundred lines snake game I made using the WinGraph unit by Stefan Berinde.

    Use the left and right arrows to change the snake direction.
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    Very elegant this would make an excellent tutorial for the site if you were so inclined. Thank you for sharing
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    Quote Originally Posted by phibermon View Post
    Very elegant
    Thank you for the compliment.

    Quote Originally Posted by phibermon View Post
    this would make an excellent tutorial for the site if you were so inclined.
    Why not? I just would need some help to correct my english language.

    What would be the most convenient format for such a tutorial ?

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    I will have a look if I can port it to ptcGraph and ptcCrt, so it can be compiled for Linux, too.
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    Cybermonkey

    Pulsar2D framework:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cybermonkey View Post
    I will have a look if I can port it to ptcGraph and ptcCrt, so it can be compiled for Linux, too.
    It would be great.

    What about a Pulsar2D version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roland Chastain View Post
    Why not? I just would need some help to correct my english language.
    Don't worry much about this. I guarantee you that AthenaOfDelphi will do it gladly. And I'm pretty sure prhibermon will also lend a hand.

    Quote Originally Posted by Roland Chastain View Post
    What would be the most convenient format for such a tutorial ?
    If you are going to write a tutorial please use PGD forum section. This means that you are basically writing an article here on PGD. Also since tutorial isn't published right away you can calmly work on it without worrying about publishing a half done tutorial.
    And when you think you have done it just post a "Publish request" in "Site News and Feedback" and also request for content lecturing. Then one of the moderators that does have good knowledge of English will go through the tutorial contents and make necessary corrections before publishing the said tutorial.

    And if you encounter some difficulties while writing the tutorial don't be afraid to ask PGD staff for help. We will gladly lend a helping hand.

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    @SilverWarior

    Perfect. Thank you.

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    Hello friends! There is a new version of the game, with a title page, a high scores page, and sounds. Even the game logic has been rewritten.

    The tutorial is coming soon. I begin with a french version and after I will try to translate it to english.
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    Last edited by Roland Chastain; 11-02-2018 at 07:13 AM. Reason: replaced zip file

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    Hello! I retouched the source code (new version attached to my previous post). I have to finish to write the tutorial.

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    Hello! I didn't give up that project. The french version of the tutorial is done.

    http://rchastain.developpez.com/tuto...ascal/serpent/

    I will now try to translate it in a kind of english.

    I attach here the latest version of the source code.
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