Hi !  :D

Same game
Programmed in Fasm / GoAsm / RosAsm
Full source code

Thanks for trouble report

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Posted on 2006-07-02 08:26:57 by Asmgges
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Posted on 2006-07-02 08:28:16 by Asmgges
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Posted on 2006-07-02 08:29:29 by Asmgges
Tres beau. Felicitations. :)

Very nice. Good job. :)
Posted on 2006-07-02 09:29:35 by JimmyClif
Nice!
Do you mind if i turn it into a dscaler plugin? (and muss with your graphics a bit!)
It'd be easy enough and something to do during the ads!

Id give you full credit of course.
btw any chance of upping it in text format so i dont have to install rosasm?
Posted on 2006-07-02 10:03:43 by asmrixstar
Thanks Jimmy

asmrixstar
Do you mind if i turn it into a dscaler plugin? (and muss with your graphics a bit!)
It'd be easy enough and something to do during the ads!

Id give you full credit of course.


no problem  :D

btw any chance of upping it in text format so i dont have to install rosasm?


source code is in exe file, see in RosAsm editor
To install, no difficult.


Update snake v.04 for 3 files
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Posted on 2006-07-02 10:48:47 by Asmgges
I know this is petty of me, but it bothered me so..

JimmyCliff - "Felicitations" refers to luck, what made you think otherwise?
It's from the latin word for "cat" (Romans thought they were lucky, probably because of the way that the Egyptians treated them).

Posted on 2006-07-03 06:40:35 by Homer
I use it as "Congratulations for finishing and doing a good job".

Here is what the Internets has to say about it ;)
Posted on 2006-07-03 07:57:35 by JimmyClif
This is one of those situations where you are both correct.  Homer's is more correct, though.  The other usage is how words change as the years go by.

Homer, the word you are searching for is feline.
Paul
Posted on 2006-07-03 09:38:04 by PBrennick
felices discipule (lucky student)

Feline is an English butchering of the latin stem "felix".
The Latin word referred both to the animal, and to Luck.
Felicitous is one of the English adaptations of the stem, Feline is another.
I studied Latin for a few years, it's amazing how often I use it..
I also studied French, and I've never encountered this word used in this way.

Felicitations means "good luck", and is generally a farewell.
I figured you were telling him to go away :)

Posted on 2006-07-03 09:44:59 by Homer
Now, I know this is petty of me but I believe if we're both correct (I accept that) than Homer can't be more correct than me. (Especially, if I only agree to that we're both correct to prevent his feelings from being hurt). I had over 13 years of french forcefed to me in school and I never used it to describe luck.

I'm afraid we need a real french person to break this up.
Posted on 2006-07-03 09:53:55 by JimmyClif
Perhaps I should have said it better.  No need to get upset.  I am just trying to say that over a lot of years words change and so do their meanings.  So relax.

P
Posted on 2006-07-03 12:22:12 by PBrennick
Paul, no worries. :) I'm by far not upset ;) I should have used a couple smilies in that paragraph.
Posted on 2006-07-03 12:24:16 by JimmyClif
I've just done some digging around and it turns out you are correct - this is indeed an accepted French term for congratulation.. I accept that  French and English are both heavily influenced by (butchered) Latin, but it suprises me that the French meaning of the term has strayed so far from the Latin origin.

Anyway, regardless if I am "more correct" (is there such a thing?), I succumb to the validity of your grammar, and your knowledge of French :)
Posted on 2006-07-03 12:25:16 by Homer
QED :P
Posted on 2006-07-03 12:30:00 by JimmyClif
Pedants - or would that be pedantics? ;)
Posted on 2006-07-03 12:32:39 by f0dder
JimmyClif :D

Your French was perfect  (my English is terrible :shock:)
"Félicitations" to used for:
_ A good work
_ A birth, for the father and the mother (for good work??? ;))
_ A promotion in your work
_ An earning important at a lottery

And generally it is a positive demonstration to tell :  i appreciate enjoyment or happiness or success or work of the person  has who you speak.

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Posted on 2006-07-04 06:38:50 by Asmgges
There you go, a real frog agrees also :P
(Now is there a real Latin to contradict him?)
Posted on 2006-07-04 07:24:23 by Homer
Hi! :D

After RosAsm/Fasm/GoAsm

Snake Nasm version, no linker, no compiler RC

For compiling, download Nasm and Nagoa+.inc available on my site


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Posted on 2006-07-04 08:46:30 by Asmgges
Back to the game topic,
nice, Asmgges :) .

Although, your using WM_KEYDOWN for input was problematic for me - I couldn't score more than 284 points on "Speed Fast" ^^" , and having to press ctrl+N for new game instead of simply <Enter> got nagging after the hundreth time. I'm used to using A/S/D/W on qwerty keyboard, having the arrows forced is an inconvenience. But still, the game got me hooked up :)
Posted on 2006-07-04 15:10:23 by Ultrano