The following websites relate to computer games, video games, or computers, or technology in general. They are not links to other people's sites, and are mostly sites that we find while surfing the internets. So please don't flood us with emails about how your awesome site needs to be linked, because chances are it won't be.
|Game Maker is the software used to make many of our games. It has a great drag and drop interface for beginners and a programming language for those more advanced.|
|Flash is a piece of software that is very popular for creating both internet games and animations.|
|Java is a more traditional object oriented programming language that is also used to make some our games. Java is known for being platform independant, that is, it will run on any platform (Windows, Mac, Linux, etc) that has a Java Virtual Machine.|
|Dev-C++ from Bloodshed Software is a free, open-source Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for C++, the popular object-oriented programming language.|
|DOSBox is an emulator of DOS, aka the Disk Operating System that powered many of the games of yesteryear. Nowadays it is getting harder and harder to play many of those games which is where DosBox comes in.|
|Resource Hacker is a program that can be used to insert your own custom icons into executables as well as explore many other properties.|
|As the name implies, this is a site dedicated to things can be downloaded, especially programs and games.|
|A website that offers tips and discussions about almost every aspect relating to game design and development.|
|A website that focuses on only free and open-source programs.|
|A very handy website for those of you who are surfing the Intertubes on the Nintendo Wii.|
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