Webinar Tutorial Series 2 of Japan was the last time yesterday.
The series 2 is 9 times in all.
In the ninth time, I made a simple game using C ++ Builder. is a simple "noughts and crosses".
source code is here.
The comment in Code contains Japanese. so please translate.
We created a tutorial video at the end of last year.
That is as a tutorial series 1.
Series 1 is for the purpose of making a simple game.
It made the game music at the same time in that.
Fujii is in charge of game music. All music was created by him.
(By the way Fujii is the country manager of Japan.)
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