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'''Paricle Accelerator''' is a game with 70's videogame style graphics. (Only black and white.)It's a very simple game. To play, turn the wiimote on it's side, and use the up and down arrows to move your particle to dodge the incoming particles. (Which are randomly generated). This game was programmed in C, and is my first game in C. You can give suggestions, but don't give too many, as I learn the best if I learn on my own.
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'''Particle Accelerator''' is a game with 70's videogame style graphics. (Only black and white.) It's a very simple game. To play, turn the wiimote on its side, and use the up and down arrows to move your particle to dodge the incoming particles (which are randomly generated). This game was programmed in C, and is my first game in C. You can give suggestions, but don't give too many, as I learn the best if I learn on my own.
  
==Post your highscores here!!!==
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==Post your high scores here!!!==
Note: post your highscore under this header. If you get a higher score, delete the one here.  
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Note: post your high score under this header. If you get a higher score, delete the one here.  
  
 
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Jedicommando:3210

Revision as of 08:06, 29 March 2009

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Particle Accelerator is a game with 70's videogame style graphics. (Only black and white.) It's a very simple game. To play, turn the wiimote on its side, and use the up and down arrows to move your particle to dodge the incoming particles (which are randomly generated). This game was programmed in C, and is my first game in C. You can give suggestions, but don't give too many, as I learn the best if I learn on my own.

Post your high scores here!!!

Note: post your high score under this header. If you get a higher score, delete the one here.

Jedicommando:3210

Compiling for Wii

Just simply compile "main.c" using your favorite compiler. (Programmer's notebook is recommended for simplicity's sake)