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I know this isn't the best category, but it seems to be the closest related category... I just got a book for my birthday on programming games in Microsoft WinG... Where can I find WinG? (the CD was corrupt.) Thanks
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GLangan earned 50 total points
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It comes with alot of games
Try this web site
http://www.ssionline.com/demos/wing.html
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by:ciris
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So, I should be able to program the examples in the book with that program?
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by:GLangan
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Try it out.
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Keep in mind that WinG has been obsoleted by DirectX
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