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GBPS Extreme Racing


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

Read the readme file included with the source for extra notes on copyright and usage directions

Can be used as an educational tool for those starting on OpenGL development/ Game development.

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

-GBPS Team

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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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