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m2zt

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does anybody know any good tutorials for creating games with vb6
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stu_design

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hey all
(m2zt)

here is a site on vb6 tutorials especially for games

http://www.vbexplore...e_tutorials.asp

will include more soon

Stu Design
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thanks stu_design for the website

http://markbutler.8m...vb-tutorial.htm
is another good tutorial
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Is mVB6 freeware? cause they have so many programs that have the same name that its hard to keep track. Like Visual toolkit visual basic 2005 ;)

Anyway...even though im 99.99% sure you have to pay to get it...does anyone (if its not) have a direct link to download it? I really want to start programming but the normal compilers are too hard to configure with the system. I don't really know what to do.

Ill appreciate any kind of help. ;)

And im sorry if i use this topic's space to ask this question...


Thanks again!

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Hi MaverickSidewinder,

Nope, sorry, Visual Basic (as practically all Microsoft products are) is shareware. Try C++, you can get a good compiler for free.
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That's ok. Im trying C++

( Dev-C++) <---by the way mpfeif101 your the one who told me to get it ;)

Thanks again!

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a game with VB ;) ........................possible.......buuuuut....not recommended.

VB is just not a gaming language, beh, go for C/C++/Java for gaming :tazz:
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