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Wrecking Ball

Learning Java with videogames - Wrecking Ball

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Wrecking Ball: a free and funny brick breaker videogame written in Java. A game very similar to breakout.
It'll be improved every week with new features.

I use open source code to learn Java.
This way I learn:
how to use the Git repository system
how to read Java code
how to use Netbeans.

The multiple repository are really messy: I am learning "hands on" how to update them and how to put order into them. So try to be patient.
In the future I'm going to put some more order on my projects.

I think with this project I could really improve my programming skills.
After I learn, I'll try to release MY OWN source code with new variations and implementations.
The first commit reports all the original source code WITHOUT any variation. So you can read who originally wrote the code.
Why this project?
To learn Java, Netbeans and Git.
It is NOT meant to be useful for you, but for me.
Best regards, nice hacking.
We'll meet on the web!
Luigi Usai, Verona, Italy

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Languages

Italian, English

Intended Audience

Education, Developers

User Interface

Java Swing, Java SWT, Java AWT

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2013-11-09

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