GBPS Extreme Racing

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Car-race game based on OpenGl purely written in C

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This is our First Semester project in CS Engineering

We used OpenGL for rendering
FreeGlut as window manager

It is purely written in C

We used CodeBlocks/Mingw32 for development

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Read the readme file included with the source for extra notes on copyright and usage directions
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Can be used as an educational tool for those starting on OpenGL development/ Game development.

Controls:
[Esc,p(pause),arrow keys,enter]
mouse drag can rotate the environment
scroll for zoom in and out..


-GBPS Team

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  • ctrucker
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    Please don't pack it in .rar because it is practically used only under Windows, which is not the principlal environment for development stage and even less in the scientific/engineering and self-study area... use "zip" instead. OpenGL and Glut are also standard 'tools' under Linux, and a pack to readily compile to Linux is always welcome. I am not an academic but you stated this was made in an academic project: academic environments should teach *mostly* to work on Linux and make available for Linux.

    Posted 06/14/2013
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Programming Language

C

Registered

2012-03-05
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