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    My first sandbox

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    July 26th, 2009 10:07 pm

    I’m a little late with my final post. I finished early yesterday, I didn’t know what to do with my sandbox program. I went for a swim, thinking I might get a good idea, sadly that wasn’t the case. So this morning I decided to post this unfinished game area thingy.

    linux build

    windows build


    The linux build need SDL and SDL_image libraries.

    I tried making a windows build, but I only tested it in wine, so I am not sure it will work.

    The source is all in one file, only ~500 line of code.

    Maybe make a sand castle or two and post the pictures. :P

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    5 Responses to “My first sandbox”

    1. Gilvado says:

      Cool ideas. This game is begging for simple water mechanics and puzzle game level design (dams, ‘save the town’, whatever).
      Still fun to make sandcastles!

    2. pkubit says:

      I like how the button with a picture of a house on it is actually the “quit game” button. Made me feel like I was coming home from a day of playing.

    3. dertom says:

      Good job! This one has really potential to more….

    4. increpare says:

      ah, it works well.

      though, at some point, the icon reversed itself for me (when it was full and i clicked it would dig up sand).

      the graphical style i like. generally, i like it, yep :)

    5. matrin says:

      Thanks. My game dev skills seem to be evolving, although slowly. :D I knew about the pointer mismatch bug, forgot to fix it. :(

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