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rockstar442 12-09-2009 07:15 PM

Dameria,x2495iiii they are inspiration to me there my idols in programming

Dameria 12-09-2009 08:56 PM

lol, thanks rockstar442, but I don't think I am going to every make a game as good as Resident Penguin. I am thinking of making a shooting game next though.

zarfang8 12-15-2009 08:11 PM

[QUOTE=Dameria;14150]When you get a win, instead of displaying "1", it displays "1.0", and so on.

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Yeah, That happened in my Yahtzee game to, the dice would always show 1.0 instead of 1.

cooki3monst3r77 06-02-2010 07:35 PM

Bull
 
This dude stole this file from a classmate of mine and didnt even bother to change the fricken COLORS! Your a Lame O.

Dameria 06-02-2010 07:41 PM

Haha, woooow. Check the date of publication, I published this game waaaay before your classmate used it in class. I don't think I am the one you should be calling a thief.

I remember making this game step by step, and I believe I even made a version 1 before I made 2.0. Don't worry, I am not mad that your classmate stole my program and used it for his final or whatever he did, but you should just inform him that now you know that he did not actually do the program and that he stole it from me.

I published the game on 12-07-2009, even check page one of this thread and look at the date.

dubastot 06-02-2010 08:43 PM

I find this situation quite funny. I guess some people stand up for their friends and get others in trouble.

Dameria 06-02-2010 08:48 PM

[QUOTE=dubastot;21933]I find this situation quite funny. I guess some people stand up for their friends and get others in trouble.[/QUOTE]

Lol it is pretty funny. Im actually more proud that my game is good enough for people to steal for their programming class than I am mad that someone would steal my work that I spent hours on.

x2495iiii 06-03-2010 04:03 AM

Ha, nice. I wonder what program HE used for his final (it obviously wasn't a working calendar).

Honestly, sometimes I wonder if my old worlds are being stolen and used for other peoples' credit. I do believe I'll put a scripted command (can't be deleted by lazy students using everyday Alice) that flashes my name at the end of my worlds or something along those lines. Imitation is the greatest form of flattery, but thievery is nothing short of degrading and insulting, especially to the thief.
(Plus, the thought of outsmarting plagiarists is very appealing to me).

cooki3monst3r77 06-03-2010 01:30 PM

apology
 
I apologize. There was a misunderstanding between the friend and I. Apparently he got it from a teacher who couldnt explain how things worked on it and my friend was trying to turn it in as a project in my school, saying that he was the one that created it. Now I feel like a real douche. I am truly sorry. We are trying to recreate this tic tac toe in school and I am f#@#$# STUMPED. Even looking at your code. GOOD JOB.

Dameria 06-03-2010 04:06 PM

[QUOTE=cooki3monst3r77;21954]I apologize. There was a misunderstanding between the friend and I. Apparently he got it from a teacher who couldnt explain how things worked on it and my friend was trying to turn it in as a project in my school, saying that he was the one that created it. Now I feel like a real douche. I am truly sorry. We are trying to recreate this tic tac toe in school and I am f#@#$# STUMPED. Even looking at your code. GOOD JOB.[/QUOTE]

Its alright. I agree that my tic-tac-toe is hard to understand because I made almost all of the methods on separate objects, making you locate all of the methods by clicking on different objects. It is very efficient however because it does not use infinite loops, it only runs methods once you click on a square. I think that this is one of my best games so far, and other than the awkward method placements, it is my most well-programmed game.

So your teacher is assigning you to figure out how my tic-tac-toe works? Or is he making your class create a tic-tac-toe, and he has mine as an example that he cannot understand? It seems like a lot of teachers have been assigning their students to look at my work lately. First the collision detection and timer on my maze game, and now my tic-tac-toe game, I am flattered :)


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