Anybody have the source code to asteroids?

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    Anybody have the source code to asteroids or tetris?

    I'd like to see it (play around with it), preferably in C.

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    A version of it (called 'Donuts') is supplied with the DirectX SDK.
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    Originally posted by Esss
    DirectX SDK.
    What's that?

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    the sdk (libarys, header files, ect) that let you use directx in your programs. cheak out microsoft.com/directx (I think) for links to what you want.
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    >Anybody have the source code to asteroids or tetris?

    Borland C 4.5 comes with a version of each of these. Of course I couldn't give them to you; that'd be wrong

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    Come on guys, I can't find em anywhere. Could somebody just copy and paste the code in this thread?

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    Well, the Borland versions are Windows versions and have more than one file, but here's a Tetris that runs on DOS.

    Here is a screenshot of a ported version of it running on Cosmos.

    Enjoy! Dunno 'bout the asteroids...

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    Look here for astroids.
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