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  1. alleggl and linux
  2. A few questions on game programming
  3. wierd looping effect after exporting 3ds to .x annimation
  4. Simple space combat AI
  5. E_OUTOFMEMORY hResult with DirectX 10
  6. set location in C++ or OpenGl for pen-based application using graphic tablet
  7. When to start Game Programming
  8. using Scanline or Quadtree?
  9. Anyone use Game Engines Directly?
  10. Need help about point and line
  11. a newbie question about GLUT
  12. OpenGL or DirectX ??
  13. DirectInput Device Access (DirectX 10)
  14. Creating sub-textures
  15. problems with MD2 file format
  16. Bezier Curves where y = f(x)
  17. OpenGL - Texture or no texture?
  18. Sound Effects
  19. Some qns to Bubba on MTW terrain engine
  20. graphics
  21. Game server developing
  22. Textures not texturing the way I want
  23. Rendering models in different orientations
  24. problem with lib3ds
  25. opengl 3
  26. How to build a flexible Game Menu..
  27. graphics for linux users
  28. (C#) Ray->Box intersection
  29. text based mmo type game.....
  30. Celestial simulation
  31. Sudoku problem
  32. Worth pursuing?
  33. Creating OpenGL Texture
  34. OpenGL: Pixel addition
  35. OpenGL: Translucency and Glow
  36. Looking to make simple sprite RPG
  37. A little guidence needed
  38. Users and characters
  39. Beginning OpenGL
  40. Creating Scenes with many 1,000s of Polygons
  41. OpenGL tex parameter error
  42. Text RPG - Overloading Operators
  43. Vectors and Windows Programming
  44. Cube Rotation openGL
  45. Delete Array of Pointers
  46. Playing with AI
  47. Debug Help
  48. Magic Numbers
  49. line-square and circle-square intersections
  50. Camera rotate to function