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June 15, 2006
Robot Killer
February 20, 2007
techno slalom
August 20, 2006
March 22, 2007
Circle Pong Combo
March 15, 2007
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May 03, 2006
Smooth platforming
June 07, 2008
versatile time lines
June 10, 2010
Graphing Calculator
July 21, 2010
Intercepting moving objects
August 25, 2010
Quality window resizing
September 05, 2010
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This place is familiar
Posted on November 29, 2012 at 11:08

I used to be active on this site as a user named _Player_, but that was a few years ago. Hello again. I was reminded of this site yesterday when I did some game programming like I did in the past, so I have decided to come back with a new account. What has happened on this site in the past 3 years? I see that all of my old uploads are lost.

My desk.
Posted on November 20, 2010 at 16:31

I use windows xp on a laptop beside my kitchen and main room.

My website
Posted on October 16, 2010 at 18:25

I found a free web-hosting service that offers php support. I can upload 250mb, and have 2 sub-domains and 2 mySQL databases.

2010 11 04 15765
2010 11 12 15825
2010 11 20 15881

PHP Tutorial
Posted on October 13, 2010 at 01:38

1 - Learn HTML, CSS, and Javascript (should take a few months)
2 - Download something from
The windows 51-Mb self-extracting rar archive will be fine for most of you.
3 - Install it.
4 - Run the Apache control panel, and start 'Apache'.
5 - In the xampp folder, find the "htdocs" folder. This is where you will be putting php files.
6 - Learn some php.
7 - Add a .php file, and put something like "<?php echo 'YESSsss'; ?>" in it. If you saved it as "xampp/htdocs/one.php", then go to "localhost/one.php" in your browser. It should show something!

1 - In a php file, php tags are like html tags:


echo "PHP";
2 - Dots (".") are used to add strings together; "Hello"."!" == "Hello!"
3 - PHP is similar to javascript, just learn the differences from or wherever.

I've started to learn php within this hour, hah!

About _Player_
Posted on October 11, 2010 at 22:18

I haven't been posting any blogs recently, so I'll make this long..

I'm a grade 10 student in Vancouver, Canada. Near the winter, it is usually raining in Vancouver..

I don't like to waste my time or be distracted by watching television (my dad spends hours watching TV very loudly :[), but sometimes I will watch documentaries, like Nova. "House" and "Lie to Me" are my favourite fictional shows. I'm usually either sleeping (I sleep from 8pm to 9pm, and 11pm to 6am :D), playing video games (portable counterstrike, starcraft, some flash games), or learning (I've taught myself a bunch of calculus from wikibooks, and I'm trying to learn a bit about the world wars, the biggest companies, and Canadian history). I love to listen to things by famous scientists while playing starcraft. The best things that I've found to listen to are a BBC interview of Richard Feyman, and Carl Sagan's Cosmos.

Cosmos - You'll want to skip past the first half of this video to get to the good stuff. I think that that playlist is about 14 hours long.

If I have time, I might enter something in to the Halloween competition. I thought of an idea while listening to my family watch "The Uninvited"; The game shall be about fighting waves of enemies while in a jungle.. I haven't come up with any other details. I have collected some useful sounds from the internet, and the graphics that I have started with meet my standards.. Still 20 days left!

Brain dump (Show)

Are there any great playlists that you have found on youtube relating to science or history? What free and awesome music have you people been listening to? Do you have any advice for me about highschool socials/english classes?

Posted on September 15, 2010 at 21:04



Ikariam is fun! Join now!

trig problem
Posted on July 30, 2010 at 21:41

ax,ay,az (point to draw)
cx,cy,cz (camera)
rx,ry,rz (camera rotation)
ex,ey,ez (the viewer's position relative to the display surface)
-> bx,by (2D projection of a)


Solve for ax,y,z.
This will convert a point on the screen to a direction in 3D space.

bx,by (2D projection of a)
cx,cy,cz (camera)
rx,ry,rz (camera rotation)
ex,ey,ez (the viewer's position relative to the display surface)
-> ax,ay,az (point to draw)


i don't know
Posted on July 22, 2010 at 23:56

Audacity can record from my computer's output!

Nearing 15k hits!

how to use complicated mouse-looks is complicated.


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