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DirectX Lobby Client Help

Posted on 1998-08-31
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Greetings,

I was wandering if anyone could help me learn how to make my game act as a lobby client. Looking for:

- Sample Code in VB4 or VB5
- Known VB toolkits for DX lobby
- Known books to get
- Links to tutorials
- Folks to contact

Basically anything you think would help intermediate VB hobby coders learn how to do this. I would prefer sample code if anyone has it, but I know that is asking a lot. Don't mind paying reasonable fee for working VB code!!

My current project already can be played on internet, LAN, and as an ICQ external, but I would like to be able to add the lobby capabilities if possible.
Regards,

Gary Mace
garymace@intrepid.net
'DirectX newbie!'
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Try those site :

- http://members.xoom.com/vba51 or
- http://www.chez.com/scribe

I have several other and source code.
If you want source code (around 3M of zip file), I will send you by e-mail.
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>If you want source code (around 3M of zip file), I will send >you by e-mail.

waty,

Yes I would be interested in any related VB source you may be willing to share.

Gary

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I have send them to you
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