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yaht-C

a "yahtzee-like" game in c

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yaht-C is a single player dice game in C, similar to the game "Yahtzee"(C) and is written in C.
"Yahtzee" is copyright its respective owners.

As of version 1.6, yaht-C is compatible with linux!!

I made yaht-C with the idea in mind that each possible scoring selection should be unique.
In "Yahtzee" (C) a full house could be used as a 3 of a kind, but in my version the two are
distinctly different.

You can expect a challenge from yaht-C.
It will make you think, make you plan your next decision.

Thank you to Alex Allain, web master of www.cprogramming.com for allowing me
to use his Selection Sort routine.

What ever platform you run on, please ensure your terminal or command line is at least 80 columns wide, or the game may not look correct.
Important: Do not enter garbage at any prompt, and do not simply press enter with out typing something, or the program may act up.

Please see "README-yaht-C.txt" for more details.

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Features

  • Command line based.
  • Well commented code to show you how i did it.
  • GNU GPL v3 License.

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

C

Registered

2013-02-01

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