A Look Back At My First Proper Game – C# Guitar Hero Clone
So, those of you who read my last post Diary of an Irish Student Game Developer you will know that I am currently building a portfolio website to frame some of my past and current game development projects like College Projects – C++ OpenGL & OGRE 3D, as in 5 months time I will be seeking a 6 month internship in the Games Industry.
So I’ve been looking though my first year college projects to find something to put in from first year and I came across my Guitar hero clone which I called Rock Revolt. It was my first proper game I made besides the countless strings of text based dungeon games I made for a year before coming to college, and the usual tick tac toe projects given in the first week of college. It was written in C# with .NET. The basic premise for the project was to create a game with music in it and it was meant to teach the user musical notes. I thought that was pretty lame so I said I would make a guitar hero clone. There were also other requirements such as XML highscore database, reading the notes for the song from a file and stuff like that.
Disclaimer: All images and songs are not mine and where only used for educational purpose
About the Author
Flax Project Founder - Ciarán McCann is an extremely passionate and motivated programmer who has been programming for about 4 years now. Currently attending Carlow I.T studying computer games development. He has experience in many different programming languages, markup languages and general technologies. His role in the Flax Project is as a blogger/Web Designer and Flax Engine programmer. Please excuse any bad grammar/spelling, I am a bit on the Dyslexic side. Follow me on Twitter for info on what I am working on.
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