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Thread: Laser Tennis for Easylase

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    Default Laser Tennis for Easylase

    Finally after some long nights I present the finalized version of Laser Tennis!
    See it on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDlTmpBoTJo
    It has loadable skins in the form of ilda files so it can be customized.
    If interested PM me for a copy.
    Remember it needs Easylase to play.

    cheers.
    Z

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    thats amazing!!!

    it the mouse moving the bats???
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    bats are controlled with keyboard. Two players needed didn't program AI (yet).

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    Zoof .... that is cool with a capital C .....



    all the best ... Karl

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    WOW This is fun!
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    Glad you like it

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    Hey, Thats too cool, How did you do that?
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    Actually it takes quite a bit of programming and an API for the DAC.
    Think of it as a lasershow with user input turned into a game.
    Everything is in C++ because that is what I've always used.
    The code is structured like a SDK, which should allow rapid development of more games and other applications like the music visualization in this thread: http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...ead.php?t=3415
    Its very addictive !!

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    Who's doing the QM2000 conversion?

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    Cool

    I'll second that! You know, there migh actually be some money involved in a working QM-2000 version of this... Something to think about guys!

    Adam

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