I have been learning programming recently. Been at it about 6 weeks now slowly working though some book from amazon, some PDFs I was given, google, http://cplusplus.com, http://en.cppreference.com/w/ and ##C++-Basic@freenode.
I tell you this so you understand I am a beginner, as in a real beginner I hadn't programmed a line of code in my life until a little over a month ago. I feel I have done pretty well..
There is still a occasional bug that crashes it but I feel that fixing this one bug is not a major concern, for me as I'm not trying to produce anything just learn. The project got a little out of hand for me and the once neat code block design degenerated into a real mess. I feel that if i trashed it all and started again I would do a lot better, including range checks on my vector accesses.. witch is the error here, and going though and putting them all in is not teaching me anything but a exercise.
I feel I will be better served by trying to incorporate my lessons into my new project rather than "fix" up this one.
Still I had a lot of fun and SFML once I got it kinda working was a real nice way to add some spice to the game. I intend to keep using it for my next project witch will be a similar simple type of thing but this time I will use 2D gfx powered by SFML!
--== Download == --
http://www.mediafire...bopbkhrxknipte0 (PC ONLY)
If you get a DLL error you may need to install
Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package (x86)
Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package (x64)
Again, thanks for the help of those on this forum and I'll chat to you all again soon!
My 1st ever game - Global Nukclear War
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