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Guide on developing an applet game

 
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hello all,
need help badly, myn instructor gave me a project to develop a game in Java, he taught us basics in Java, but never taught how to develop games in Java. Can anyone guide me on this project, how to start , or even what to read, please .. HELP..
thanks for reading.
PS , the game is like a classic BATTLE CITY GAME, thanks...
 
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What kind of requirements do you have? If you don't know much about graphics, maybe something like Nethack would be best. None of that pesky math. If you have to use graphics, start with the 2d Graphics trail of the Java Tutorial. A quick Google search turned up some links like this one specifically tailored for game programming. When all else fails, break the problem down into small, managable parts and solve one problem at a time.
 
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