Im using Dev c++ ( instructors requirements) here are the requirements and the code i have so far : This code does not compile at the moment and I can't seem to figure ouot how to do the rest. This project is due Feb 12 2012 please respond to <email deleted - see admin comment> with suggestions. Here are the requirements: THJIS is to be a console application: the screen size 23,80 which is in the attached code (I think it's correct but highly doubt it at the same time).
- The game loop runs with proficiency through the correct sequence of events.
- The game loop runs when a key is not pressed.
- A valid direction enumerator exists.
- Distinct characters have been selected for each player.
- The code shows the capacity for multiple players.
-A routine for collision has been set up between players.
-The code prevents back tracing on human players.
-The code of the final Tron game is functional.
-The computer player makes turns.
-The human player plays correctly.
-At least one bonus feature is added.
-Players can play more than once.
-The game initializes correctly at the beginning and end. Code is attached Trontxt.txt
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