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Submitted by James Dewar, posted on August 26, 2001




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These are screenshots from a mini putt game I coded a while ago called "The Putt". It was inspired by the mini putting part of Hot Shots Golf for the Playstation.

The graphics and engine aren't anything much. The game is pretty fun, though, if you're into mini putting. There are 18 holes and up to 6 players can play.

The game can be downloaded at
http://www.student.math.uwaterloo.ca/~jkdewar/the_putt.zip.
Both source and binary are included.

It was created using OpenGL for renderng and standard Win32 functions for everything else. Some of the code might be useful for someone learning OpenGL programming. It demonstrates how to create an OpenGL window, how to create a simple heightfield, how to use texture maps, etc.

It compiles using Visual Studio 6.0, as well as the free Borland compiler.

Enjoy!

James Dewar


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