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DirectX Network Game Skeleton

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This is a basic client/server game in DirectX featuring up to 16 simultaneous players moving around a flat sheet of grass as skinned/animated .X meshes (the Tiny model from Microsoft demos) in only about 3500 lines of code.

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  • only ~ 3500 lines of well-commented code in a simple, function-oriented design
  • optimized, animated .x meshes using D3DX SDK!
  • DirectInput keyboard/mouse
  • 3d camera control

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Intended Audience

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User Interface

DirectX

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2010-02-02

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