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Posted 10 May 2010

Breakout Game in a Win32 Console

, 5 Jun 2010 CPOL
This article describes how to create a Breakout game in a Win32 console with Visual C++ 6.0
brickGame
brick.dsp
brick.dsw
brick.plg
brick.opt
CBrickGame
CBrickGame_main.dsp
CBrickGame_main.dsw
CBrickGame_main.exe
CBrickGame_main.opt
CBrickGame_main.plg
CFunWithConsole
CFunWithConsole_main.dsp
CFunWithConsole_main.dsw
CFunWithConsole_main.exe
CFunWithConsole_main.opt
CFunWithConsole_main.plg

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I've written hundreds of thousands of code syntax lines for small simple applications and games.

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