Pacman Source Code

This is a discussion on Pacman Source Code within the Game Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; hi, I need a simple pacman source code in assembly, or a tutorial on how to create a pacman like ...

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    Pacman Source Code

    hi,

    I need a simple pacman source code in assembly, or a tutorial on how to create a pacman like game in assembly 8086.

    Can anyone help me??
    pleeaaaaazzzzzzzeeeee...
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    Google, learn it yourself, or offer to pay someone for it.

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    Maybe if you made the word "please" longer, we'd be more willing to help .
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    hey|

    GOOGLE - DONE (long ago)
    LEARN IT MSELF - TRYING (the reason for a tutorial)
    PAY SOMEONE - ANY VOLUNTEER'S ??

    saluts!
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    You're not going to find a tutorial on writing a game from start to finish. And we're not going to write one for you. What you'll find, are many tutorials on many different aspects of writing and making a game.

    And if this is homework (I can't think of any other reason why anyone would need pacman in x86 assembly), shouldn't the "learn it myself" part come up at school? Or am I misunderstanding the way universities and colleges work nowadays?
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    "shouldn't the "learn it myself" part come up at school? Or am I misunderstanding the way universities and colleges work nowadays?"

    Totaly right!

    Can you tell me where i can get eBooks to learn about assembly video memory programing?
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    Any source code you did find would be copy protected and unviewable by the design company unless it was open source software of course. Im in the middle of making a Dizzy clone in pure C. Im doing ok at the moment. That was orginally written in Assembley too in the 80;s
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    Dunno - some people seem to think they can learn programming "matrix style" just by reading a few tutorials in a couple of hours.
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    couple of hours nop...couple of weeks
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndioDoido View Post
    couple of hours nop...couple of weeks
    Wow! You're 1337!

    Sorry, I had to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndioDoido View Post
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    see look, you're doing it, you're learning assembly already!

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    I would love to get Pac Man code in C++. Such classical game that has decent AI in it
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    That will only happen if it was re-weritten in C++, which I doubt it will be. Back in those days, most games where written in assemblely. It wasnt untill the early 90's late 80's that C was used ie: Lemmings was a prime example. Although nowdays C++ has become the main languge used, whith a dash of C here and there
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    In regards to a decent Assembly language book: my favorite is Assembly Language Primer for the IBM PC and XT. It is rather old...made in 1985 I believe....but the principles it teaches about x86 Assembly are invaluable. Great book!
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