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Generic White Dog vs. the RedBaron

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Sn**p*/SDL is a two-player game in C++ using the Simple Direct Media Layer (www.libsdl.org). It features the airfight between a generic white dog (Sn**p*) and the Red Baron in various scenarios, e.g. the p**n*ts baseball court or the "Great Pumpkin" field

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2001-03-07

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