Millenipede Source Code Available
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The source code for Millenipede, an arcade action title inspired by the classic Centipede and Millipede, was recently released by the developer. The game was originally developed in less than seven days for a Wednesday Workshop at SoCoder. Source code for Millenipede is made available under the Creative Commons license.
Millenipede is a fast-paced arcade shoot ‘em up originally developed in less than seven days for the 94th “Wednesday Workshop” at SoCoder and is inspired by the Atari classics Centipede and Millipede. Your aim is to zap all of the millenipedes on each wave while dodging spiders, snails and of course the millenipedes themselves. They’ll make their way down the screen until eventually they hit the bottom, at which point they will roam around the player area until you shoot them. The sound for this game is pure 8-bit bliss and the eye candy will be sure to bring back memories — when games were simple and fun!Visit the iDevGames page below to learn more.
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The great news for BlitzMax programmers is that the developer as released the source code under a Creative Commons license. You will need both the source code and the additional BlitzMax modules to successfully compile the game. Keep in mind that the source package does not include the game resources (i.e. the graphics, sounds, music and fonts), so you will have to take these from the game downloads.
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