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Checkers for Pocket PC using a Recursive Min-Max Tree

, 19 Jun 2008
Checkers/Draughts game for Pocket PC, using the recursive Min-Max tree to calculate moves, coded with C# over the .NET Compact Framework
checkers20_cab.zip
GamesPackage
GamesPackage.csdproj
GamesPackage.csdproj.user
GamesPackage.csproj.user
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GamesPackage.suo
SoundPPCLibrary
SoundPPCLibrary.csdproj
SoundPPCLibrary.csdproj.user
SoundPPCLibrary.csproj.user
SoundPPCLibrary.resharperoptions
SoundPPCLibrary.suo
BoardEngine
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Checkers
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Checkers.csproj.user
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