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    New TBGL related article that r.o.c.k.s, on TBGL website!

    Hi all,

    I am very excited to announce postmortem for AirDogs 1942 is available as article entirely written by game developer himself - Mike !

    Article is very well done, covering the whole process of creating the game from idea to final game.
    Do not wait, and immediatelly visit the link below:

    PostMortem: AirDogs 1942

    Real must-read both for TBGL newbie and veterans
    BIG thanks to Mike again !


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    Re: New TBGL related article that r.o.c.k.s, on TBGL website!

    Mike,

    it has been a great pleasure to read your article. Great attention to details and strong determination to reach a predefined target.
    I like very much your "Conclusion", something we need to keep in mind when working on projects: a target, a path, some middle milestones, no distractions. Finish. Satisfaction. Start again for new features and improvements.

    Nothing less and nothing more than a big, big thanks.
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    Re: New TBGL related article that r.o.c.k.s, on TBGL website!

    Petr,

    At first my compliment for your site. Simple and clear and nice colors. How did you made it, by hand coded HTML, editor or is it a CMS?

    About the article: I'm no game programmer but I must confess that the game programmers are a breed apart and do a very good job in plotting, graphic design, and contribute their own insight in software architecture. Professional programmers can learn from them 

    Quote Originally Posted by ErosOlmi
    .... Start again for new features and improvements.....
    May I also add the Forth methodology formulated by Jeff Fox: http://www.ultratechnology.com/method.htm to our community invented by the inventor of Forth, Charles Moore http://www.colorforth.com/.
    Kind regards<br /><br />Marcel

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    Re: New TBGL related article that r.o.c.k.s, on TBGL website!

    Quote Originally Posted by marcel
    May I also add the Forth methodology formulated by Jeff Fox: http://www.ultratechnology.com/method.htm to our community invented by the inventor of Forth, Charles Moore http://www.colorforth.com/.
    Absolutely something to agree with
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    Re: New TBGL related article that r.o.c.k.s, on TBGL website!

    Wonderful addition to the already fine existing articles Petr.

    Thanks Mike, a really well laid out and presented article. You did a great job in conveying your work and thought processes!!
    I will refer to it for inspiration that is for sure!

    Marcel, interesting links, thanks.
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    Re: New TBGL related article that r.o.c.k.s, on TBGL website!

    Thanks guys and I'm very glad that you liked it. At the end I wasn't sure if it was worth reading.

    Marcel, thanks for the links. Definately worth reading too.

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    Re: New TBGL related article that r.o.c.k.s, on TBGL website!

    Marcel,

    thanks! The static part of the web ( with articles, tutorials, ... ) is hand coded HTML.
    In fact it is simple table + CSS file to define look of common things ( links, headers, image borders ).
    This way it takes longer to setup new page, but it helps to keep code as simple as possible.

    And thanks for the links!

    At the end I wasn't sure if it was worth reading.
    Mike, this is always my problem when just finished article
    But yours is really good one, I am very happy it is on the website !


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