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Downloads All Renamed to "Freedomloads"
Posted by Jofers on Friday July 1st, 2005 @ 19:32:51
      Also, the title of this site shall now be called "Liberty45" and we'll be serving "JusticeBoard" messages in the Forum Cafeteria.

For this week's downloads, we have some tasty new QB goodies, a FreeBASIC library and qb45's first tutorial of 2005 for download. Let's kick it off:

The "New" FreeBASIC 8-Bit Palette Machine (FreeBASIC Libraries): The piously eccentric Adigun Pollack gives us a massive library for handling color palettes of all shapes and colors, for use with FreeBASIC's graphics routines.

Sudoku Solver (QBasic Miscellaneous): Ever play Sudoku? It's that game where you fill in numbers so there's only a single instance of 1-9 in all rows, columns and 3x3 grids. Ever feel like ripping that newspaper apart and throwing it out the window? Don't! Cheat! Here is a "Sudoku Solver" from David "SavagePumpkin" Hall, that lets you fill in a game grid and it solves it!

Nightlife Demo (QBasic Graphics Demos): SBM Production's very impressive 3d polygonal walkaround demo, complete with BSP trees and other fancy names of the foregone era of "Quake 1".

FreeBASIC and Allegro (Graphics): A great reference and tutorial for using Allegro with FreeBASIC, as its wryly obvious title suggests. Though it's still being written, it is a must-have for every FreeBASIC programmer interested in the Allegro game library.

That's it for today, my good friends, but keep remembering to submit those delectable downloads, and remember that we take tutorials as well!

Editor's Note:
My humble apologies, SBM Productions. The demo presented is not a raycaster, but in fact a true blue 3d engine complete with textures, shading and objects. Sorry for the error.
Comments posted in response to this news article:
Date: Saturday July 2nd, 2005 @ 10:42:44
Its not a raycaster!!(runs away crying). Its polygonal with bsp collisions(runs away screaming other doom era keywords)...
Date: Sunday July 3rd, 2005 @ 00:54:52
Gah, I almost had myself unaddicted from Sudoku, now I've GOT to go back and play it again...
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Date: Sunday July 3rd, 2005 @ 14:25:26
My apologies SBM... Unfortunately, I can't run it on my computer, I will fix the error immediately.
Date: Monday July 4th, 2005 @ 15:16:41

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