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Re: Hello everybody, everybody hello...

> De : Steve Baker <sjbaker1@airmail.net>
> A : linuxgames@sunsite.auc.dk
> Objet : Re: Hello everybody, everybody hello...
> Date : lundi 6 septembre 1999 10:41
> Cyprien wrote:
> > 
> > Hi, i'm Cyprien from France, and i'd like to program a small game under
> > linux.
> > Please tell me which librairie i should take (I've begin with SVGAlib)
> > I want to make a Tron like game with network support, any number of
> > should be availaible on any machine,
> > Simple graphism, the game will be launch with a command line.
> > I prefer C++ than C librairies
> You might want to check out 'glTron' - which is already a pretty neat
> implementation....and uses no special toolkit at all - just raw OpenGL.
> I don't think it has network play yet.
> The answer to your question depends a lot on whether you want a 3D
> implementation (like glTron) or a top-down 2D one.

I've tried glTron but it's 3D graphics and i want to make something a lot
more simple... only 2D
Anyway, i want a simple librairie perhaps OpenGL...