This time, you look at animating bitmap images and write a simple platform game. You also find out how to load images directly into memory without setting up a picturebox in design time.
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Look at doing a simple stick figure animations, and then use similar methods to create a simple, fast-paced 2D vector animated game.
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Draw shaded tubes using circles and random numbers. Great basis for a screen saver.
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